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To the Boys 
and Girls 



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The "Pussier Is here, call In and get 
on* before they are all gone. 

Campbell's Prescription Store. 
We are prompt and careful. 






CO Air 



HALL & WALTER 

Wellington Colliery Co, Coal 



ISIS Government St 



Phone IS. 



MTAWUmXD 1ST IBM. 



. CHI.. NO, 213, 



VICTORIA, B, C M FRIDAY, AUGttST 12,,1910 

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EIGHTEEN PAGES 




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Rare Brilliancy 

A Diamond well bought is one of the safest and 
most practical investments. The vital require; 
merits preliminary to an invi'-tnu'iit of this char- 
acter is to cjmhsfi a house who se regulation tof 
Diamond s uprem acy is permanently established in 
the community. That- house 
eminent!}' ChalloiK-r & Mitc.he 
saving, tin- middleman'- profj 



HIS CONDITION 



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Some Doubt As to Mayor Gay- 
nor's Progress in Spite of 

_Favorable Reports Made by 
Physicians 



her 1895, to ■■■replace Dutchmen.- by. 
Englishmen in the Transvaal. Dur- 
ing the mid h*l carried a letter con- 
taining a Hat Of the BCQPOSed new ex- 
ecutive, Including Lucas Meyer. 
Though til* raid was badly carried 
«,itt and thoroughly deserving of the 
punishment It got, yet, it was a step 
in the direction of the federation or 
South Africa which was Cecil Rhode's 
policy; 



KNIGHT TEMPLAR 

BY 



Hfe Diec 



BLOOD REPORTED 



' to you at a correal" -nding: saving. 

guaranteed. 




-1' 'IK' 



NEARLY NORMAL 



Surgeon?. -Speak of Need of 
Fresh Set of Radiographic 
Negatives to Find Position 
of Bullet 



How Dr. Crippen's Wife Died. 

LONDON, auk. ii. Experts who 
have Been examining the body found 
in the basement of Dr. Crippen'a home 
today asserted thai it is that of a 
woman who had undergone an opera- 
tion before death. Tiiis corroborates 
the rumor cabled by th* Quebec cor- 
respondent of the London Chronicle 

tha' Crippen intimated to the Cana- 
,!ian officials that his «if.- died from 
the effects of an operation Performed 
hv ti ,,, The experts found nothing 
from wfiieh the identity of the women 
could be determined; 





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Ugly Incident Occurs "in Con- 
' nection With Conclave at 
Chicago— Acid Thrown on 
Automobile Party ,- r - 



rADOKESSM€ETimrfi|| III A I AmLuI 

~ IICAN T 



MINNEAPOLIS PEOPLE 

ARE THE VICTIMS 



Challoner & Mitchell Co., Ltd. 

Jewellers 



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1017 Government Street 

J 

^ . was necess 

'of negativ 



. THE STORE Til I \ ES 5TOU BEST 

Ross' Is the Fruit Mart 
of B. C. 



Our stock o 
Watch • dir wind* 



i -rici !cil r fin t the 
vws !' t Friday and 



finest money can 
Fruil bari 



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buv 



ams. 



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DC 



GGQB COOKING AlM'l.liS. per box 

n.l'MS. par basket 35c and. • • ' • 

FWi'V GRAVEN STE1N \ITI.KS. selected stock. Per 

,. .$1.85 



box 







SPi-ciAi. t : - " r.i-K- 

C. CREAM, 20 oz.. tins, each 



-i:-- Y' IRK, An 

factor; progrei us his attending phy- 
t-ici latently maintained today 

and tonight, but there is an under- 
current of anxiel that rum contra 
to thi !ins. 

His surgeons say he had a Mils-* 
factory day. that he is chearlul and 
stronger, is resting quietly, and 
... 1 ojra. 
As opposed to this th" ■ .■ h ■■ •■ • i 
the 10.30 bulletin thoughtfully 11 

1 a , i j hipleti 1 ad! 'i 1 a- 

phli i i ■ -11. indicating thai a 

tsary to tai>. 
gatives in order to acourat'eij 
find th< position ol the bullet PI si 
ah .additional set ol negatives had 
been taken had been reported here- 

■ Fore, but the rumor la< Iced © mfli m- 
atlon. 

Nothing is said In the bulletin of a 
"split" bullet, mentioned as indicated 
in the first pictures. Instead th> :■ I I 
Is now said to be Lodged in the roof 

■ I th"' munch. Whether the other 

as indicated In the lirst plc- 
i3-a splinter of bone none of the 
aiclSoa would say. 
A sample ol" the I'M t m ut's blood 

rig, and 
■ e , , satisfactory, the r< '• 

at the .whits and red blood corpuscles 
having been . nearly normal. 

Latest Bulletin 
NKW YoltK. Auk. 1^.— The follow 



Death of Alleged Murderess ■ 
NEWARK, N. J. ft,n» 'I - M'--s.". i ir- 

. , Wardlaw, bn< ■< the cftysreTteus 

Bisters under Hid ie I men I for the murder 

.,1 Mrs Saead, the east Orange Bath 
tub t lotim, died In ' hi boose ol fletei 

,,,,,, . ,• ,. ■; noon. Death was duo in 

i" eta**- : 

., .,,.,! tin -. !'• Lb ■■ • ■ bj Bteryj d hj t 
.,,.. What • ■' 

; '■ ■ 

at! tei la andi b 1 m bt was 

, ,■ ; .i..r wnui i ■ at e,e stfsi 

M , pf 1 and pr«-diciM.n.-< «*ee ea 

, j .,! \\ r 1 iro B Martin 

and Mrs. M"' v ' 

it to' trtf siaters were in- 

dicted Jointly. 



Business of Conclave Fii.iishud 
by Election of Officers and 
Selection of Denver as Next 
Meeting Place 



General *S'r Robert Haden- • 

I'owell will deliver an address 

Saturday evening at *.:*<). p- m, 

in the Victoria theatre under 

the a uspic es of the local Can- 
adian Club 1 upon the Bqj 
Scoids movement. it was 

found impossible to arrange a 

luncln Upon such short 

notice, and in consequence the 
public meeting was arranged. 
II. will permit more of the 
parents ot Boj Scouts and lit.'ys : 

generally to hear the hci f 

M.ilekinr, explain tin ob.jeets Ot 

the movement of which he is 

is the father. 

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New Tariff Law of Japan, Com- 
ing Into Force Ne-xt Year Is 
Likely to Tax U, S, Goods 

More Heavily 



On Perjury Charge. 
CHICAQCvAug. ll. -Thomas G. Lee, 
of the dressed beel salt ► department 

Ot Aninuir .V- ' •('>.', indicted toda* on the 
, iar* •" pei lury, by tin I ■ '■ 

i furj . was .11 rested late tods ■ 03 
I put 3 LI. s. M ucsha] I'avis. lb 
00 



STATE DEPARTMENT 

MAKES STATEMENTS 



WHAT CITY GETS 
UNDER AGREEMENT 



Proposed Arrangement With 
Telephone Company for Un- 
derground System Is. Favor- 
able One for City 



That tl ■ tnent '..-tween the B. C- 

round of the 

,-.. -» ■ ■ I.e.. 

most satisfactory' one foi ' 1 

If approved-by the ratepayers will 

solve- tie problem of removing the overr 

head 'wires at n the m , is t h e 

solicitor, between 



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DIXI H. ROSS 



Independent Grocers. 1317 Government Street 
Tels. .56, 51, 5^ - - " " Liquor Dept. 



1590 



opinion of the city 

■ mi and the company lals aev- 

Ing bulletin on Mayor Gaynor's conferences have taken, place within 



dltion was IsSui 1.30 this morning 

by his physl - "Mayor Gaynor 

had a coinfortabl* day, and he has 
taken sufficient nourishment. 1! 
cheerful) stronger and- is now resting 
quietly." 

TTie complete radiograph exam in - 

j ation by Dr. C. Baldwin shows de- 

dely that the bullet is lodged in the 

i "It of the pharynx, easily acces- 
sible, but it is not considered wise to 
attempt to remove it at present. The 
blood is also satisfactory. 



The Man or Woman 



Who KNOWS what shoe value 

really is, you can rest assured, is a 

customer of ours 



McCandless Bros. & Cathcart 

555 Johnson Street - Victoria, B. C, 

Positively No Credit 



Wireless Stations Discontinued. . 

RTLANp, "r. .. .\n K . 11 —The 
(ted Wireless i h company 

ay announced the discontinuance of 
tio im at Po rtland and Bt iiei- 
; en's;, fire; This completes the elimi- 
tion. of the laud officj^uof—the com- 
by In the northwest, at least, and the 
npany.will confine itself t,, stations 
>ng the, const. 'ion at 

la, which Is' situated for communi- 
ioti with' vessels, will become a 
i hour station. ' " 



ays. The bylaw 
reement will be submitted 
within a short time, and If pa* 
on the Installation Of the system v 
-led, with at once. If deft 
ompany will proceed with the asc- 
■ .. t(»n « « t on - "-« » t—ft - w- - rf*Merhaa < l system/, many . 
changes in the pre pstem, being 

it of the moving th e cen traj 
■a the present location in the 
Ban* treal building -onent 

the new Bit" it the 

rates and Blanohard sue. 
other words this wfltvbe the last chance 
fo r it,, carry out the long cherish- 

ed plan of an underground telephone 

has made it 
it as it will' go to ronstd. 
.'. :..nthoied "ii l'age_lp.) 



CHICAGO, Aug. 11.— J. C. Lewis, 
. Muie-ni .. ..inm.iii.ie: pj the Mi nnaa poiS 
Knights Templar commandfiry, was 
badly burned and -*' ' er occu- 

pants of an automobile In whicli they 
were riding were less, seriously in- 
jured when «8 bottle of autphurbJ 
phosphorus wis tossed Into the ear tin 
Michigan avenue this ev e ning ; 

Besides Mr* LeWis, the cai contain- 
id Mr. lewis, Mrs. J. liocke, wile ..1 

a Minneapolis meat dealer,- and All rt 
Nathan, president of the IUinoii Cash 
ing company of Chic;-. clothing 

Of- the four \.-as ruin. 1. 

B ith "1 -M. Lewi's— hands and hi.- 
left kne,- were burned and Mrs. BoS-ke 

w as bui ie i about the knees. 1 b ■■ 11 

bottle of the burning fluid was tossed 
Into the car by some one hidden In 
a row of seats occupied' as the grand 
stand tor the Knights Templar pa 
The attack is believed to be a corollary 
..;■ the recent strike of the auto'driv- 

crs. , 

With the selection of -Denver for the 
conclave of 1911 and the.election of of- 
, headed by Wm. B', Bills, of Cin- 
cinnati, as grand tnaster,- the business 
1.1 the thirty-first trl-ennial conclave 
Ot 1 ':■ Knights I'.-mi lar was praot 
I . concluded today it required th. 1 1 
ballots to Kain the coveted prize foi 

! 1. ., •-, The first ballot st I I »■ 

:->i, \. vs Ol 
Bw 'eicns str- 
\vi;u_L.taJDjBnyer on the seconu \ "!• , 
Which was as follows: Denver, . 130; 
Lot tngeli lOa; New Orleans, 451 On 
last try. N'es .''>r!ea'ns withdrew 
of the leader, and the count 
Denver the fftniRr by 160 to 100 
for Los Angeles. 



Republican Prosperity. 

I'.KVKUl.Y. Mass., Aug. II. — U' !"' - 

: . .-■ J<?hn w Weeks, of Mass- 

.,. Us r e port e d te Pre a id e nt Taft 

ifternoon the Lmpresaion b< 

gained i- axa a 1 1 < ■ nt trip tnj b 

/.'..hi ma. Washington, ' La|ifornia and 

\ stern nt ites He 
•■!•:•, -. r\ thing looks bright toi Republi- 
can success at .the polls this I ail 



Absencfi...of Conventional Tariff 
Arrangements in Present 
Treaty Expected to Cause 
Some Disadvantage 




E.&N.SE 
CAMERON LAKE 



Trains Will be Operated Part 
Way Over Alberni Extension 
of Island Road by First of 
October 



WASHINGTON, kvK U. -AmerlCBO] 
trade with Japan may be seriou-sly af- 
1. , ,, ,i. i n part at !• ast, after July it 

next, when the. duties in the in ' 

Japanese tariit law will go Into effect 
Tins wa the fear express) d In a 

statem.-m today by the Btate ibpart- 
ini m in winch are detailed the roost 
Important ef nang es made by the new 
tariff law. 

Although the treaty between Japan 
and the United states does not. ex- 
pire until July, 1'-'12, It contains nu 

eonventionai tariff arrangements, 

. hereas those between Japan an.t 
Other countries do so, and for this 
1 1 a in tin- United States, on July it, 
t:ui, wh.-n the t re aties other than Its 
own expire, must bear the duties in 

8Q far es they are enforced on Imports 
into Japan 1 rom dthi r 1 ittifeS. 





By, the I th "I September or the 1st 

of. Oct it no- outside, the E. & N. 

railway ..-'iiip'ii. will inaugurate u 

keryioi i!i Uberni extension as 

1 ron 1 .ike. 

1 1 1;. Beasli 'i ■ local .superiut. nd ■ 

i •. Incial Government ta 

atain, returne d from a" trip 

b was made to that point over the 

-n£Mt.JLine-ycaterday. tloned 

that the road was in 

ml that probably pa>3Sen- 
gers would be carried as far as >' 
eron Lake beydnd Nanawno by_tlic.date' 
indicated. -> - 

■ To the majority this will be gratify- 
ing intelligence. The !..!<• m,in 
i B -«ntf..-iyh.inh f ,thns- .Jar, has, sfildaitl 



Departure of Queen's Own 
TORONTO, Aug. 11.— Several thou 
I ■-. ilat h ea «ttd spectators ero-,\ .led 
the galleries of the armory when six 

hundri d Btalfl art officers and men ot 
tin- Queen's Own Rifles, •' resplendent 

In new uniforms, paraded for a unique 

nj l.h ul.-i'."Verr\or Gibson, 

Pre;n,,-r Whitney and Mayor Gear} oi 
Tor. oil lited in bidding the regi- 
ment iiodspee.1. voicing the farewell 

e id'- of the pro\ Ihce and 

dwelling 'M'on the precedent In 

lism that the regiment la setting 
in its \;sit to Bnglai 



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To the Public: 

As tey niliia and the Yul 

Territory ol G II M".- -■ 'haiup;i. 'c take 

pleasure in giving you the following stal relativi 

ipagne Frorh Janusli 
•1st, [QIC Which data was supplied by ! V. 

vXeu 1 ■ o I- and i- ai>>< »;ii:i-i ' : •*•!-: 



G. If. M''MM 8 O 
Pommcry and («rcn 
Mo.-- .\ 1 ham >n . . 

I\r; • I to 

\ vc. Clicquot . ■ ~ . 
. . . . 
Pol RpgeX, ... .-.,.. 

■ ''~ ~ 

Fil< 

[lo . 

\ .,! e ither "Tnfpi" 

nd Total 



.45^40 

I ts ■ 

57 . 
.11,155 ■ 

.-to.;/ 
. 4,V 

'75 , 
.13*; 



SOUTH AFRICA POLITICS 

General Botha Says He and His Party 
Are. Good Sons of Empire — "Dr r 

Jim" Speaks of Raid 

j ,' : ■ _ 

!' PRETORIA, Aug. IL— Speaking 
here General Botha said his gpvern- 
stili awaited the Unionist pro- 
gramme. He heard of , being 
stirred up to vote "British" but had 
not the empire every reason to regard 
h|mself and his p - l3i a s 
I as any "ti • 

^r. smuts advocated military 

training oft the Swiss basis," with a 

nu r a striking force. He was 

! Willing to 'vice- of : ■ 

I war Office that South Africa Bhotlld be 

self-reliant, but further than this 
j should do everything possible to 
I slst the empire, which the 

Transvaal her freedom. -on,' 

claimed; would he the dominating 
■ ■ 

I -111,. 

the Opposition, speaking 

' that it • by 

' Ik p it Decent— 



Columbia River Navigation 

NrTLSON,. Aug. M , Sir Wilf 

has telegraphed to '•' B 

ris. of Nelson, " saying that when in 

■n on August 20. hS With 

Hi n. C; I'. Graham, minister of rpll- 

. he will be willing to i" aive a 

t atio n fr om the Tortland cham- 

1 eg aiding the pro- 




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nquiry About Smoke From Ex- 
., cursion Boat on Lake Mjchi- 
-..gan T wisted .Into Rumor 
liarS1re~Was.oii.Fire 1 



■ (sited '', sportsmen habitually- 
od number have occasionally 
in excursion that far Inland and 
always have returned with glowing re- 
ports, not Ojaly Of the (tahlng t<» be se- 
cured, but of the plentitude of small 
game. Therefore it rs probable that, 
the new line In Operation about 

the, time of tin- opening of tin- shoot - 

|ng season, for a time at any rate, the 
major portion of' the travel will be 
ie up of NirorodS" 



KILLl 



)MAN 



Dispute Over Closing of Road Leads 

to Death of Young Farmer. Near 

Wenatchee, Washington. 



\ IS 11.— - 

: , ! Hie:- 

. sliuL and 



Ing and rendering nSVig- 
Of the Columbia river. The Nel- 
son board of trade has forwarded an 
official invitation to the Portland 
chamber. The scheme; to make the 
Columbia navigable as far as West 

lorsed by th. 
BOn board of trade, which is .. 
in conjunction with the Portland and 
Spokane chambers of commerce. 

— Or 7- 




TO BE E 




Death of R. T. Payne 

WAI.THAJiiv-Mass.. Aug. 11.— "Reiri- 

ident of the 
■ ican society, and widely known 
as a philanthropist, died at his, home 
here" tonight. >■;■'' 



WIONATCH-K'K, W 

i . .-....; cptten,'. yh 
n e nx 1 ;f'd s ) > m ei'e, " jx w- t — ni ght , 
instantly killed Jamea Sutton, a neigh- 
bor, 2:i years old, alt'-r a dispute over 

a road through the Totten farm, In 

Bunder canyon, .which the woman had 
1 to close to traffic. 

Sutton was attempting to cut 
1 barb wire fence. \vl \ 

the road, as he took a ! bammei to 

break down the wire, according to his 

sister's story, Mrs. exclalmSd 

,"Vou strike my inotlier- and I'll kill 

''You." . '• 

\Kalsing her shotgun, she Blled tm 
young man's neck with buck »] ot He 
.,1 twenty minutes. 
In jail at W en «t- lo- Mrs. Totten ad- 
mits doing th-c- shouting, ' but asserts 
.; di-e aid it in defense of her 
mother. 






Kach : ij»g ! !! ' " 

Mum "' nlnr! ' ;uc 

' ittcri a I -■ 

PITHER & LEISER 

Victoria, Vancouver, Nelson, 



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NEWS SUMMARY 



i 1 ' dltion c 

Kuiu' r— 1 

I ',■>; ll^rrfei!=Ae+d:— 1 

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2 — Hero st I 

I Best 

Id In City, 
nee Will 1 . - i 
3— Descriptl 

il,* Judfl 
Pair ^ ppoln - 

i — 

5 — Social and personal. 

6- "city. 

7 — Local News.__ 

v 1-. '-\ oman Realm, 

9 SM" 

'rti 
t ; 

win Not 1 ■ or .1 00! 

H 'II. 
13— lb 1 estate 
it Marine 

kiarketa 

I g 1 •hissilied AdVtS 

I i ;i : . mterei ted in 

l-"a ruling 

1 b 1 >avid Spencer, Ltd, 



Programme of Construction to 
Compete Willi Hill System 
in Centra! Oregon Territory 
~Ts Announced. 



i-lilCAGO, Aug. 11.— A caroled wire- 
less message. Indicating that a ship 
was on— fire in the lake some diBtance 
from- Chicago, created" much excite- 
ment in Chicago today, " e'spi 1 
among visiting Knights Templar. 

A harmless inquiry sent hy wire- 
less from the excursion steamer Chris- 
topher Columbus with 2,000 p.isseng- 
mostly wives and daughters of 
visiting Knights on board Started the 
troubTe. 

The captain of the Columbus 
noticed smoke and asked the st. 
Crand Haven If she had noticed any- 
thing unusual. , As the run 
K presenty embraced the Columbus 

itself, and iiewspap. ra b-lephones were 
kept hot with Imiulries. of visitors 
whose womenfoHcs had gone on t 1 
cursion. It was some hours before 
all boats could he a 
the mistake rectified. .The fact that 

ta wireless stations refused to 
dtaneously added to the con- 
on. 

.re the rumor had been 03 
tlf a , dozen lugs au-i tiipa had 
Ltt : h.-re, or tu; | 

their course to h i tin- "ifi 

fire." ;'..,..." 



Methodist Minister Injured 
WiNNIl'F.n. Aug. 11.— Rev. Joseph 
S. Coffin, Methodist minister 
Loulsb'urg, met with a painful acci- 
dent 1 R. depot today, while 
on his \vny to attend the Methodist 
• at Victoria. He was walk- 
.long the platform when' he . sllp- 
ped ui'l fell, sustaining a bad sprain 
to his ankle.. He was taken to the 
General hospital for treatment. Rev. 
Mr. Coffin Is 72 -years of age. • ' 



I : Juuafe' R 
■:, head ol I Sari Iman ays? 
Pnrt-lnhdJBBdft y after six 

spent in - n. 

His H Is the ln- 

->y i" 

d-frnm I I' 1 '"- 

oil.- t 

h -Kails cut- 
Ion el'Ul' 

tw0 , ; announcement of 

g the 

mains. 1 'l the 

will rie'mTrc ' ' 'd 

the 

,ll-o;ol 
e.illg It, .' 

1 '■ 

peel the - I porttoj ■' I '■ 

- Ihutea Hi 



"Wendling On His Way. 
EVANS\ILLF:. Ind., Aug. 12.— Jos. 
\\ en.iling. cha rged In Lo with 

i 'Alma Kelli tak- 

en from jail here. to the Louisville. 
St. Louis railroad si 
midnight b> 1 •- 1. . ; 

( 'arn\ OJ Louisville, 1", g ' alio..- 

train schodul- 

o'clock for Louisville, Wendling was 

In hit ls when he' arrived in 

this- ' terda y. A t One 

stage 1 'If tlie .Journey --from Olney, 111., 
tl,,. i, . ' stalled on a hill, and 

Wendling helped vigorously to push 
,1,,. , top Repoi ters w ■ re n »t 

permitted' to 'talk to Wendling while 

he was tOOked "I' '"TO- 




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International Traffic. 
BOSTON, Aug. 11— ciiiiiro 
of the Interstate commerce commission 
and J. 1 -f the Car idian 
railway commission an' conferring 
here over Questions connected with 
international freight traftl The 
• , b held to.- discuss a tenta- 
tive ient for Jurisdiction over 
such traffic, Both rail and water, be- 
ll 1 'anada- and "the I'ui'.ed Stales. 
. 4 1 

For Padding Census Returns. 
HELENA, Mont., Aug. 11.— Thomas 
1 'alley and !•'. C. McDonald, Croat Kails 
,,'s enumerators, pl< 
Iding eeiisus returns in the fed* 
court, late this afternoon, and.. wen 
t hours in jail and 
. numerators will 
arraigned .on August 17, on a aim! S3 
charge. - 



Flames Lick Up Shingle- Bolts 
and- Timber. Near Belling- 
ham— Men. Fight to Save 
Mill. Plants" 




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Ashore at Diamond Head. 
IP i\'ii|,l,'l,i:, Aug. II— The Bn" 
entine lUlga, bound from tti 
\ .a k to tfan Francisco went ash 1 I - 

,,,, Diamond 1 lead at Hie < I 
of this harbor. The H< 

., 118 days aj - 1 cargo pj 

; she leaked almost coin 

voyage. The vessel ha 
!„.,.„ abandoned* ;by the crew and is 

breaking up. . . , ' 



Honduras Revolution. 

\'K.\V 1 iHl i ■ ' - ; 

tnatioi :i theGrtb. ai 

riving at New Orleans tonight, 
to thi ■ nert that the I - 1 .- 

th. Bonllla 



I,ee Christmas, supporting the ^W 1111 

movement In Honduras, were VY ap onogem 

p.oael^ing tb«oUy of Celba on Monday. | * '' l! ' WW- ' ur .".;?■" 



G-overninjfnt of Alaska. 
Nl-'.W Vi 'UK. Aug. I 1 Tl •■ 
Itahmi in mission on tlie 

1. ; -.-,-,..-■- - 

on for the contrbl pi I 

lit, the 

■ r, who i - , 

turned 1 froi 

, form " - "• i" 

■ - 'el 1 e 

01 in 

ihould hj said, 

, . immigrant do not know what 

, :,,, . ,,ui-i Upon He lidded that In 

iptnton thi con ervattop regulation". 



lug. 11.— l 

-ir and-:' 
miles of Belllngham'in the aiki neigd- 
- '-'rom fifty ' ! tj -live 
n lighting tl lea for 

It It w.- 
tire threatened the mills. 

k iijres night, and 

- it I wihd in their f" or the mill 
. 1 . efr i tnta will 
, Jj . ; ! ol Bhlngle 

1 much ■ I I ■ •■ have 

.. I ii lb. extettl of the 

: . no a hunt be estitnal. d at this 

.: Lag -i|. ther< 

• r "f thS lire s, , tea ding- 

towards BeUingham 

Tex Rickard Quits Fight Game - 

SAN FRANC1CO, lug. 11 "'I'he .lef 

„-,,,, 'i-ild in Reno w'»« mv last 

.,. - us a promoter," Bftld TeX 

R.1, 1 sard today. "L isn't tlmt I love 

,.,, iikm game less^but 1 love that coal 

,, : ,,,. ,,1 ours «i C"o« Bay more. I'm 

,! mining now, you know, and • that 

win be enough for me for some ttme." 

Rickard returned- today from a stay of 

several weeks in Southern California, 



Cannot Be Deported. 
KTyasTQM— Aug. ll.- The 



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Justice department has no 
tin |ustli depart menl it Otl - : *■■■' ' 
i: W |i] not all m th - tatlon of lac 

,,:, i;iii-,iii -: Into the United 13.1 iti 
He was ted yeai igo at 

\i, i n da i iggting Utn a and aent 

to Kings tor pi lai v The author 

idii e. I8h i" parol-- and de 
port j but as be Is no1 an Amei loan 
citizen ie- cannot get entry Into that 
country. He lived forty years In New 
STork, but was never naturalized. 

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Many Hindus 8tart for States 
i'Ai.cctta, Aug. ii. vine. -., hun- 
dred Hindus have Bailed from her< 
ithe majority for the United IIW( 
!T)ie consul-gei. ",;.-,': - ' Hie 1 htre.. 
States says thejr prohftbh wHl be 



fused perm. J" 

CiSOO.- Tku pt) 

he fia id, 

Canada, 
iii-i opthTi 

KOVCt'lllt:- 
l-)"n ORcthe 
cr nine m 



land at San Pi 

of auofi eml 
iter the Stati 

ul-general exi 
fTie-r'ntrd 
aid make i 
iject to the Britl* 



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VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



Friday, August 12, 1010 



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Use a Hot Point Electric Iron 



Expense abOilC 3c. per 
hour. Nil waiting. No 
time whMpiI running from 
stove to i board. Nb hot 

kitchen. No sn.it, smoke 

or dUBt. See this heHt of 

all Irons } here in oper- 

atlnn. 

PRICE COMPLETE $5.00. 

TEN DAYS' FREE TRIAL 

TO VICTORIANS. 




B* C. Electric Railway Co., Limited 

Port and Langley Streets. 

i 



The Founder of the 
B6y Scout 



ement 



SMOKE 



LA FLOR DE BAHAMA 



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Known froirijcpast to coast. A popular cigar at .a popular pi* e 
— made- of clear Havana. On sale everyv\ here. 

JOE TASSE CIGAR COMPANY. 



IMPROVE THE SHINING HOUR BY SHOPPING AT 

The Beehive, Douglas Street 

YOU will not get " s tting" here. Ti ■■ ©u-i English H 
men and ladies. 25o. hi- real E?06d 



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HOWE AVE., close to car. lot 50x110.. 7 r< ■win modern 

house, t!iornnp;hU*.j.ip-t(i-ilatc. Th e owner can show xe- 

ipts for over $2,300 worth of material used <>n this 

house^lrrespectiVe of laBor, and the' cost of the loi. FOR 

A FEW-DAYS WILL SACRIFICE FOR. 1 . . .$2,800' 

6b0 cash it possible, balance to arrange. 

LARGE FIVE-ROOM HOUSE, with stabl- to the 

intre 51 the "cTtyT Lot 56x140. Price, good term-' S3, 500 

QUEEN'S AVENUE, close t< , new 7-0 ..>:n modern 

hquse, stone' fiMindation. I. Price . .$3,2.00 

ash. balance to. arrange. , 

HARBINGER AVENUE.— l.-.t 50x14s. • 5-ncn] modern 

house, piped for furnace. ■ Prh-v '.. .$3,750 

: ,'n. balance to arrange. ■ . 

DOUGLAS ., STREET NORTH— .--m House, with 
ibu'1 54-acre of land. Price. gQod terms 82,500; 

FISGUARD STREET-^-rnom i immerliateh;. 

posite the new Railway Station, This should incre; 




RECEIVED BY SCOUTS 



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ter for a longer period than lour year*. 

"The question of securing ■■•■*■• larger 
number of candidates for the min- 
istry, especially from charges in our 
own country, will be considered. It 
id suggested . that the educational- re- 
quirements for candidates, entering the 
ministry should not be Quite so 
stringent as they are; and that the 
candidates Bhould be encouraged tn 
proceed to better education after they 
have entered tile work. 

New System of Finance 

"A new system of finance and trac- 
ing of members wjio remove. Irum ..'..! ne 
place to another will be suggested. A 
plan** has been carefully worked out. 

"The last generaj conference ftp« 

pointed a commlsHion to consider a 
revision of the rules fit the church, 
and the probability is tint there will 

: be. in the future a stronger statement 

f of the principles . j?ovi mine church 
; numbers, leaving to their own eon- 
SClencea the application "I these prin- 
j elplefl to conduct. 

"A'miist -ver.s uiiui.'ii conference 
has by • very strong resolution re- 
oiie'sted that a n<-« hymn and tune 
booh be published for the use of. Un- 
church. 

"The basis of assessment <>( the 
Superannuation fund IS the subjeel of 
many memorials, it being stated thai 
through the laymen's mtssionarj 
mov e men t and other efforts, mission* 
ary" contributions have greatly in- 
creased and shouM not oe I ichlded In 
the assessable funds <3t th*i church. 

•'A 1 uiiimii tee on evangelism has 

been appointed, arid many memorials 

♦ urging thai the church shall glveher- 

1 mht' to evangelistic work will be 

more taxafnlly considered. !n all 

pmbubilil-.- urrangeriifiits will lie made 

i"r ,1 permanent dOmmll tee on 1 hat 
s u bj ect. 4 ' 

Career of Vlaltor. 

The folios (.. ■ CI nui 11 0111 a • • 

a of -Xln? British w. , . will be j 

rend with 'liiien-st In s -lew ■; the fact] 
thai thi reverend gentiemsn ref< rred to ! 

preec! - Ehe opening sermon of the 1 

gen eral . co nfereni neon 

ing In the Metropolitan church: 

I i' nry Hnigh. pp-siilon' 
■•'■■■" 

1 • of -Yorkshire, being born si 
■ n The sun of an eloquent and 
local r. early In life he 

came under the Influence of those eml- 
Ind ionurle.v, ihe Reva. Win 

Arthur and w. o. Simpson. Offering 
for the ministry, 
Richmond, the missionary collego of 

and at ' the' curly ;me of 
•n'ty-one commenced 1 work which 
has ever been,, of (In high, spiritual I 
and eminent' ssfut, He at Once 

■iIjJ. . in 

'•the M 1 trlet, engaged In evange- 

iC, i'llin -ill uuui I rind 1 Uy titer- 

Which arrives serves to help ;,,v Uxhnv . H « Started « weekly news- 

per in the vernacular, and for 'twenty 
years the Vrltmnl.i 1'ntrlke has 

an ever-growing Influence 01 
classes of the population. For seven 



Exhibition Time 
Almost Upon Us 



When it is time for .the '"all ■Fair h must he time for the 

Fall Suit. \\ c've lieen thiilkinp;" this stiit Tfuestioh over 

for you, and would like to sB6\\ yQU the result <>f nur study — 

_a fine c"n>i^nmcnt ot the famous Twentieth Century and 

Other splendid makes oi ' . 

MEN'S SUITS FOR FALL WEAR 



Prices $ 1 5 to $30 



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The new rgro-'Ii styles arc iiinre conservative, plainer, yet 
more stylish.. Keep wrell in mind the tacl thai no matter how 
small a price you paj here, good quality, ^OHrect cuL.and lit, 
,nui i i i . - ii. '.i during goes with each" garment. 

G me in ttwbtj atvd see the Latesl single and double breasted 
Autumn Suits in English Worsteds, Scotch and English 
Tweeds and i- rges. Y^ou have never before seen such 

rand values. 



W. & J. WILSON 

MEN'S FURNISHERS. 
1331 Government St.. and Trouncs At. 



General Sin Robert Baden- 
Powell, Arrives in the 
City — Meets Scout ' Mas- 
: ters 



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rap-to"! y m value. Price . .*. . 
d terms can be arranged. 



".'.84,500" 



Marriott & Fellows 



Phone 645 



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619 Trounce Avenue 
Open Evenings 8 to 9 o'clock 



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swell the number in the city. The, 
main body will arrive on Saturday 
and •> "Hint: 'i h< .. are 
travelling" bj special Main from the 
and thoii' nuinber totals UP to 
'1'he party im known a» the 
Harpei 1 inf organized b 

Marber, o( Drangev4H«r- • Otft. Tn« 
dally trains o»i '■■•' C. P. k also 
their qUotM, orn train passing tbrougb 
Winnipeg on Wednesday having us 
many us nur ,\ ictorla bound ■ del**; 
gates. 

' ,, Reception Hall 

fjpon arrival in -th- 'H Satur- 

11 and evt'iiine, they '« ill 

b. ne-i at "the wharl by the billeting 
ei.inniitt.'-s unpointed tor-the ednfer- 

rnade 
with the J 
tiui whereby the gy.mnasl«un of that 



am j \, uljding will be Utilized 1 

: bv. bandied pereOdS and ,i ' tiOB halj. , f.-nn ■ Nyb 

.11 receive their dir. 
, of this cits greeted aenwal jblUet»._ . . 

■ UV u, ,-, +HU1 n,.t>owll..nt.tUs r.;-i'.l,,-,l,Hli.,RCY- T-, -Al -bprt^M ..'.re, the gen- 



le edlti Harvest Field, and, 

(iMm. a sidail idea] magasine it became 

i|im moat Important missionary pubiicu- 
il.in In Knuland. He translated William 
Arthur's "Tongue of Kire." Into. Kan- 
arese. and to 'I, Is dny every na' 
preacher is pr esent ed with a cope on. 
'in. iliiR upon bis work, nut Mr. Haigh'sj 
supreme undertaking was at tfae-requi 
Of tiie British and Foreign Bible soci;! 

- .;vrese-Bl' 
Thus some 'sixteen millions t<f people 
were able to read God's Word in i ■ 
own toiiK'iP. Tn the- political life o f t>i» 
ii.w Mr Kaigh took part a-> a mu- | 
;.al eoimef:Hf.r. and he was - thr first 
white man d by the volea 

•■ as a member ofth^ My r | 
• he Assembly. 




\! - ' -Ins Is to business 
steam is to machinery." 

G. W. Newton 

Advertisement* Written and Placed for 
All Lines 0/ Bunineita , 

cn 

Office with Aliens Campbell A <"" 
, Limited. 

ionce 1629 







Esquimau & Nanaimo Railway Co. 

CLEARED LANDS 



the city 



vharf, white the hand played til- "-'I Secretary, . arrive d in 
id the ***** afternoon from 

g slowly over the via- 

-vitii eel Hall ei. 

■ .!,-. and Capt. lrvin,- \ » nd l " lliiv - ; l ,'" w 

,,-. si r Baden Powel strenuous labors 

■ win, hut In Oi the 

broadened' over his 



Ing ■ iv to apeak .at the 

Hall "a Christian Bhtb -n, whieir 



tn tb<- 
hand, and s ifrtUe 

. ; 1.. tto 
its;- 
Shaklng tbe band of men 



of 



fortnight I>r. Ca 
will not be here until Saturday 



Principal Business 
The princTpul business' of the general 
confereni e Dt. s: itlined <\$ fnl- 

, ■ 
think the great auejtion that 



LEMON GONNASON CO., LTD. 

Phone 77 P. O. Box 363 

cun supply iOst what you want in" lumber, sasn and. d 
F'nmpd slash. i?rnin fir and. the latesl in front doors. Howard's 
1 door" they are beautiful. 



I bn to the < ommandlng f- "* 

.-Now and theii- : an _J_' * 

-„ hims-ir pa,« u.e ,.'.».'»'««'•■> ■„„, ,.„„„ be for^ the confefeSci 

e, ,> r.b-.U-.at of church uUion. . What -the 
';•'" ' l , e xvuidoi ran rim say, but 

■the man whom he ,,„. t ,„ 1 ,. i:1 ,, ,,,,,„ -.,,.-. n,,i the 




1th. "i '-..-■ 

•■- hi/./., d 

Hall's motor with 

a host 
Empress hotel. 
The reception commlttei 

illowiug Col. 

Hail. Mr. Rllngsby, its H- 

r K it- 1 iiv. Nunn, r.e% 'c i-: 

,. Seife and Sea 

, i (he uiujjuneiit in this,- 

It 1^ poaSlblC that Sli will 

, chemainus today with Majoi 

•turning fhi- g. The 

lc « hlch was to have taken 

-ill he ■ i 

depart from V;et,ain Buria 

flight for' Vam ouvor. tto\ ■■< -iiriKle stop 

made comlng*1*CTOSS I • ■ ' '"' '■' 

■ making 
Victor including and Initial stop- 



only. 1 eld In Chrisi Church 
10m. sir Robert I 
Powell ■ I ventng gave sonii 
Information to the local boys, HeSpoke 



!FE 




tt 

HAVE A DAILY 



the memorials Indicate- that the 

church is hot unanimous upon the 

union ui"''n jtbe propose d 

— rtnwever, l ihink there \vlli be 

a majority, perhrtrrr-«il**+w4- Lhe. , 

as that in the Presbyteriarc <."■■ 

ably, m , ia'. or -0 don 1 sup- 
• in.- will taki- nun h 
tion us the general a«- 
sembly— leave the matter to ,| "' 
annual -conference, which', will 1 
provtgion, if the\- are in lavur of union, 
that the question shall then «" I 

the membership of ti hur< 

1 think we 

I be sure that it will 

int.t uni on, an. I sin • 

all the Interests >•! our church, are 

guarded: then, if we go 

Into union, \> Id do so whole* 

■ dly. 

"Another great Question that will 

conference is thai ,,; 

the ' in our. theological 001- 

1 nd hi 1 he resp' ns'tbiiitj to some 

court committee of the profess.' 

u hat the> all- ti ach- 
ing. Thai question will create a vers 
deal '■' ■:■'■ 1 ■ ■-.. 

Changes in Epwarth League 



BEST FLOWER SHOW 



The Cleared- Lots at Qualicum Beach, 
Newcastle District, are now on the mar- 
ket in tracts of from thirty to forty acres. 



EVER" HEED IN CITY 



Closing Day of Horticultural 
Society's Display-^ Magnifi- 
cent Sweet Pea_Y.ariety At- 
tracts -Gonsicferable Attention 



The e lostttf day of th e Victoria 
tteultt -v. held ii.i 

the .UrlU hall v as well attended and the 

exhibition was undoubtedly the best of 

1 ever held in the city. In 

.vail \hibtts and Jn the s|iiendld 

cliaractar of the blowms Ihe -in-w nu 
eaetlj rank wiih those ln-id la larg.-r 
een'ti notable Ceatwe* was 

largely Increased cumber of exhibitors, 
and tin- I'aei that man.v neu Showers 
won prizes win' probably .encourage 
1 products in future 
exhib itions. 



For plans and prices apply to L. H. 
Solly, Land Agent, Victoria, or L. E. Allin, 
Local Agent, Parksville. 



" 



Eight-Page/ Paper to Givf 
Previous Day's' 
sions to be Printed— 3ft 
gates Arriving 



wjn be, in all probability, 
some verj striking In regard 

to in- 
ures • ■ ' r)< among 
the young peoj V , >' •" . 
inuation fund • will 
come in foi lalon, The legis- 
lation of lasi general i onfe 
( h n n, pfnwd tfl !■■ wise and has 
plai ed Ehi ind In Biich a position I 
In all probability it \\iii ! leto ln- 
erabl; - thr » nn -rHt444<jJi T 

Ihe -r-air-d the miu : 



nigbt's promenade 
proved an en.l.i., able ail 

•rn.-ni band rendering a number of 

lections. Anions the ari isis 
who contributed to the eventogi 
tatnmenj were Mi-. D." 

ltd Mi. U 
rison. ■ ' • 

The excellence o* the exhibits st 
• iall> In the sweet' pes * - • 
were iw< • commented on 

I,. FtUSSell Who lia>; had, an e\ 

uce all over the bom in Ion, 
' Tie- main attraction at' the shove . yes- 
terday was the exhibit ••(" Mr •'. A. 
- SM Of Improveil BJ 

In 

' 

attracted considerable attention, and 

generally voted to be the .finest e\er 

grown in the city or neighborhood 'and 

best i VX r se.-n in any slm- 

liar exhibition. 



ROYAL BANK OF 




"Incorporated 1869 



Capital Paid Up. . 

Reserve 

Total Assets .... 



. $ 5,000,000.00 

, $ 5,700,000.00 

$70,000,000.00 



A General Banking Business 
Transacted 



T. D. VEITCII 



Manager Victoria Branch 



New -Premises Are Being Erected in Government Street 

For This Bank 



VICTORIA WEST BRANCH 

Corner Catherine Street and Esquimalt Road 

SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS A SPECIALTY 

A. C HJ'IVHKR, Manager.- 



CONDITIONS AT STEWART 



Qf 

OWfl, 

of the l,i rati ' titiesl inns that 

1 will la ' '-vill be 

f the the mls- 

' ni ■ 1 funds wit! 1 to home 

Ion 1 i., - . 

EggUng thai eight when the 

y' .. , 4'' <u -a' 

tnnual col missionary . com- 

mittee was t.'ii.i 11 .. 1 , it plttced tod 



^ Cull eighl pai 1 paper 

tin 
,,...:.. the Ab 11, 1 ( '■■■■"■ < "' thi hai ! ■' Ehi 

hi, !, apj q n • ' :i board and ■■'-.', and nj 

„ g un( ...t ,i] i„ published doubj there Will be legislation .which 

, ,, 1, , v« 1, ue 11 Cerebri n 111 1 

the ommlttt 1 In f thi rnnu ,1 cenfi ■ here thi re 

,.i 1 ■, || bran; h ol ! hi > un< 

-,,ii and 1 ■■ tdj i-u 
itj -, ,i,,. i- , a, h trrtn ,- 

[intainini 1 1 hplete 1 1 "•■' > • ' 

..1 tn,. ,1 ■ ti ■ 

AH hough the r rts' ft ill hot b 

■, ... ■ in, - - t thej w iii be as e? luiu:-- 
.tive a - ' large al tfl od reportei .-. ■■ It, 
,.,]! ail' rid "t" 1 his w "i-k, y,\n mitke 
them 
Delegates axe arriving uaiij, and 



was some method 

ei.iuld t eta in, 'be t 



Thai siowari. British Columbia's 
northern mining camp, will loom i 
largely in financial circles before ti 

1 la oul ' - sylniqi 
Dr.. A r M\ ■■' Woselej, president Of the 

Portland '"Wonder Min 

who « , n visitor in tin- city 

day 1 ■ -: (us! come down 

from t: I 1 

nlghf on his return Jouri 
Spaaklhg of the '< en< illy 

i hat evei 
Is an sair of , pi I 

• tig In 1 
continue to 1 1 Cor thi nif- 

ferenl I B ; " ■ avor- 

• ■ ■ 
1 ., Dealing with* hlfft ■■ 

;,b-riilib ■ ■ I thai II Will 

probably be ~> ii 1 j n ■ i . 1 ^ gold-ell 
before ^tha 

Poftland 
M be shipping bj :> ■■ 
posslbl 
Irdh .■■.,.■ 

the' cam I be ' M th| ■ futuri Di 

■ , -'ill imlsi li 1 ml 

thai there in ■< greal time In • tori fi if 



Let Us Estimate on Your 

WIRING, ELECTRICAL FIXTURES 

■ , ETC., ETC. 

Only first class materia! used. Workmanship guaranteed. 

Prices right. 

HAWKINS & HAYWARD 

728 -YATES ST.- . PHONE 643. 



Time Limit of Itinerary 

fhi ■,-■'.-■,, oi ■ 1 1 ni" Until ; ! »' 

In a great' man, 

try I find- then th" la; men 

and ministers wh ' ■ tuld be 

for ti,-- bi 1, '-lit nf lb.- ■ h'nri h it Hun 



OINNLFORDS 



fVi/i t'nWrrnal Tlnmeiiy for AcltMtf of the 

Headache, Heartburn, IndipeMifii^' 

Ei ur L.uctauum, t , Buioos % AMtcUowt.' 



h ri 'bull h sw uart and the surrounding mineral 
,i h minis- ' district. 




the Phyrielsrflf 

.Cufe for Oout, < 

Khriimntie Q «& 

and OrareL 



6aff«t and noet 
flentle Medicine far 

Infant?, (.'hiidron, 

Deljcate Fcmilcl, 

sad tae 

iitkneei ol I'rrgnar,--?. 



MAGNESIA 



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Friday, Auguet !?, 1910 



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VIC/TORI^ PAjULY COLONIST 



/ 



THE FIRST SHIPMENT OF NEW FALL 

Fashion Craft Suits 

HAS ARRIVED 

Let us show you the very newest style feature for the 
coming season. 

STETSON HATS IN NEW FALL STYLES ARE 

ALSO HERE 



DESCRIPTIONS ARE 





T. B. CUTHBERTSOM CO., Ltd. 

1 1 14 Government Street 1*. A. C.owen, Managing Director 



Suspect Held for Montana 
Bank Robbery Tallies Almost 
Exactly With Description of 
Haney, Slayer of Decker 



taking an Italian tour, Btopplng three 
weeks at a -fashionable Berlin hotel, 
frequenting and making beta, at thw 
moat Important race meetings, while 
the police were searching everywhere 
for him these are some of the Inci- 
dents In the. career Qf a 15-year-oUl 
hoyvna-med Adolf Conrad, who, when 
finally captured by the police the 
Cttier day remarked drily: "l regret 
Hint v..u hiwe- temporarily postponed 
mi future urnuiKCiucnts." 



Exclude the Air 

For sealing Jama and J.- dies .there's nothing that will exclude the 
air bo well, nothing so simple to use, as 

Pure Refined Paraffine 

Per Brick 25c 

When ],.m is cool, pouf in the melt,,, I pare I fine. It will not mix 
with Chi preserve, but will harden and turn white. No other epwes i« 
necessary tor any preserves, it will keep them perfectly tor years. 



;..1_-Th« American Tourist Season 

r.i VKRi'ooi.. Aug, in.- A news- 
paper here says that the American 
ionri«t season 'will be. p$ loj^gSr (lll <"- 
uthm this BSftlpn than ever before. 
The American incursion; commenced 
earlier than usual, and arrivals are 
still unprj^dentefl In piimber. Some 
In description, h'irtti ,-r the earlier Comers are now return- 
ing, uilh the result that the liners are 
, i ,"t t \ tun .ai Hie westward fcrrp* Sfeg 

prfponderam I ladii b amonfl the 

passengers is ,| '" t " remarkably and 

, , „, eloQuenl o! the a,!van,v,f stage. 

,,,• ,. m . , 1( ipaQon now reached i>y the 

Ameri'iu) woman. 

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If the similarity, 
marks aficf other ,1, ■tails By whtclr n-mr, 

Inals are 1 1 ! . i i t ! t i . ■ , i ennui tor anything 
then there la every reason to h.-llrve 

that the man arresTed recently t6t Ota 
daylight bold-up of Hi" Btata Ban* ol 

Dillon. .Montana. Is one and the Sana 
person as William Ilai.ev the fugitive 

robber who after pari ti tpating En the 
stieking-up of the. r. r. R, expresa, No. 
»7, at 1>ucks, on the night of June -' 1 




• ■» 



Mull proposes, and wi.iinn wishes he 

wouldn't be bo long about it. 



CYRUS H. BOWES, CHEMIST 



Telephone 425 and 4 o t> 



1228 Government Street 



McLaughlin Buick 

17 and 19 Model 



Is with. mi doubl thegreatesi aefeievenient m modern 
Moinr Car construction- Their simplicity and abso 
lute control under all circumstanees, along with their 
eeormmicaJ features on fuel consumption snake them 
the leading car of today. ' It you cajl unon us we will 
• tell VQU more about it. 




Yesterday we enjoyed a crowded store and of course 
today and tomorrow we expect to have the same. Are 
not the following prices out of the ordinary? 




Neckwear 



Embroidered Lawn and White Linen Collars, 
slightly soiled. Regular age*! Ca 

RUMMAGK SALE ■..:..,....... .V*- 

Dutch Collars, Jabots, Bows and Stock Collars. 

-. Regular values up to 25^. -i A*» 

K I : .\ i M A < '. ! ' <Al.lv 1Vt 

Dutch Collars, Stock Collars, Chantecler Col- 
lars, in white and Paisley, also Fancy Linen 
'Wash/ Stocks, in blue, t;m and rose, and a 
numbei ol Lace Collars^. Regiffar 



ues up to Si. 50. 
RUMMAGE SAJ 



25c 



Western Motor and Supply Co., Ltd 



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William Haney, Wanted /or Murder. 



ft. 1'. CLARK, Mgr 



I 'hone i>')>. 



Broad Street: 



Usi \.%,r. shol and Wiled Sp< 

i ■ ■■ 1 poi.ni near 

- ., Haney and his' brother were 
seekln. In a canoe down the, 

Thompson river. 

Eh er since his escape the ■ 
thorite king their q I 

without sui ■ • Now ii 

that. In the Dillon bank ro mur- 

derer of Decker 1 • 

in reply to the I ■"> Sheriff 

Gossniii.il. ,n£ Dillon, who" suspected that 
. . man In his cbaTa robber 

Bought by the provincial author! th 

ml here corresponding so cloae- 
lv wit* the prisoner at. Dillon 
tendent. Of Incial 1 

, , ! to Gossmah fui lh< r, 
icriptlon. Xeaterd>y Mr. Hus- 
.iveii » communication rron: the 

sheriff which s • ' " ''"'Jit 

that Haney has I ! urevi. t 

Haney'i Description. 
The published description of Haney 
I by the provincial police 



UDGES FOR THE 




See Our Special Announcement 
In Tomorrow's Ad. 



Miscellaneous 



SYLVESTER'S PASTRY FLOUR 

is the pastry floor if you *ant good cakps. Try a sack and keep w.n- 
husband in foot] humor D- sack , • • :' ••■•■'• ••" ' ™ 

SYLVESTER FEED CO., 709 Yat " St ' Te! 413 



Officials Who -Will Preside 
Over Various Departments 
of Exhibition Announced — 
Horse Show Arrangements . 



ular 90c. . 
ular ^1.50- 



14 Muslin Dressing Sacques. 

RLM.M \r.i : . SALE 

16 Muslin Dressing Sacques. 

RUMMAGE SALE 

5 Fancy Muslin Princess Jumpers. Regular SD.50.. 

RUMMAGE SALE '..;.'; : • 

4 only, Children's Dresses, in cluck zephyrs,' ages 2 1- 5 
v, at R» -'tilar $1 



5 Navy Blue, Pink Dresses, ages 2 to 4 years. 

RU.MV 



rapidly preparations for 

this ! - iin ' ! h " 

.hat It 18 

for Secrel "' :ik '' 

an ofti< i'l anhoni 



POHCB- a«- arionsd 

acrlbed th^murderer of i>'^ker as fol- r ^ ^ J^ ' K reate 3 C cm i 

ToWBT AS'' apwu' " M "" - y e a r s r hei e ht n ^ . vutuu ^ " Tl 1 ," ■ „ ' 



Every- 
body 

g02S 

to 
the 




Every- 
body 
goes 
to 
the 



3rd Annual 




PI 




At SIDNEY 



— ON— 



Saturday, August 13th 



SPLENDID PROGRAMME OF SPORTS 

GfeadV Pole Baby Show Piptrg and Hrass Bands Scotch 
Ki tL Sword Dancing 



. weight B 11 lids: 

well huilt and muscular; coinph-xh'ii me- 
dium, h.ilr mixed with Uiey, slightly 
bald at crown, has a "COWltflf" (HM 

. anhs hair hack and for. 
High at, sides; eyes blue, .ilmost grey; 
face broad, r BtNM nomml 

between eyes.- but Brows Quito large at 
end, iar«..- nostril*, fauw two 

on 'right cheek; la -de on 

right shoulder; hands thick, fat, halt- 
on hands QUite IhielLnnd coarse; large 
vaccination imirk on riwht uppcf arm, 
one, small scar on back of h 

The description of the man h*ld at 
Dillon hears I striking ity to 

1 remajkabli 

to the moli ' 

police description placed particular 
stress. Is what is regarded by the pm- 
,1 authorities as of particular im- 
porta: 

Bare Is the description given by 
Iff Oossman: Age about 40; ' 
about 5 feet 7 Inches, weight about 
170 pounds; build muscular; hair dark 
brown, has "cowlick" . brushed high 
from forehead;" eyes of dark color 
flat; nose thin 

nd. nostrils UU"g# ears; 

hands short; "vaccination mark on left 
upper arm about thi 

cent piece; sma,U scar on I 
- ..rand scar on lower portion Of bs 
two mole.s on right side in the 

exact locations of those shown In the 
photogr": I yarded by the provincial 
i ight 

shouldei 01 • detalli as to. tei 
. ; ( it . i given 

1 1 u in !•■ noticed I 
■ tea differ in the' two deacrlpi Ii 
i,, ,■,. i. . ton given by'-the prpvih- 
clal poll' 

■ lie in thai "' 
Id at Dillon It is on the left up 
nrin The provincial police, tlop 

BfiCYipg Ume some 
states and it l 

a '""uvlstal.e "was rninle wlietl t.i • 

K ..- then .'..ken. 

Remarkable Similarity. , 

. Superintendent H the 

of the descriptions as re- 

Keeterday he wired Sheriff 

■leet that 'should 'there 
e of 'the_;lat t. is i>; 

- bank 
... detain him unl 
struct' ■■! 
With a reward of $4.00 " 



Special Train Service 



Earer— Adults 25c, Children 15c 



GET A PROGRAMME 



.. . e <■<■■•' ' ' : ""- 

giVIT i ■ • ' 

la hardly likely th U ■ ■■ 'dais nn 

will lei Ids. prl 
lii^ linger a until e 
flcfttlon ■ __. 

When ■ i 

hta bold hoi.i-up th) 
had In hlsT i n two revtFrV«f», ft'" 

Winchester 



exercised In this; l«*"^ 

[y the ■ " : s ' 

widiknoLvN,-' ■■ distrih.U.on 

of th- that th N ?1 , x " " 

torla* fair They b« "" ' ,h,,M ' - 

m?v^e named cannot fail but glye 
satisfaction both to island and to maln- 

it,it " r8 - ■ i> ' ,..,. 

Her e , s the list? John ;.;..ardhonse 

of High-field, Ont, hea\y horses, cattle 

and sheep, Ale* ; ' 'lintoii. i hit.. 

light horses and cattlt Russell, "i 

Exeter, Ottt.. J. '•'•■ BretJiottr, "t 

llartf fl, ' AU " 

k raisers 

of British, Columbia, They 

are known, to be cdlhpi 

Gangster 

itilii d th ' jis.been q 

• ing their aet bhftUnjjJt 

iry for the roftneom- 
imt exhibition. appoin' 

Df \'an- 
. ouver. He will ha. the 

ftoral depart nt._ ' 

\ Space in Demand. 

n uyaa announced yesterday that the 
In the dieter. ifldihga 

was being t I.itt'e 

left and those who wish to enter dis- 
are requested I appllea- 

irllest opportunity t 
sure their being accommodated. The 
desire is to give ' satisfacti'.n. 

It IS pointed outi hut thoae vvho lio^l 
judging by present Indications, 
won'i have much 
.U'ith t:- ing os a guard of 

r to the ] Hon- 

or Richard McBride, the formal open* 
Ing,. which takes place oh the nth of: 
September Is expected to be Quite an 
Impoa i 'ollow ing thai >nn- 

|] I he 
.daily , r( from,.- that 

■ii ha- 
il exhibits, 
On \\ •■dn. -sd,i > then is the pnr 
■ 

ions will 
progn sa In front of t i, id. Of 

ilisheil 1. 

ial a.ttra.i • ■ imong 

which, will he hronco busting ex'hltai- 

tlbns, genth'i ; ""' 

the thi '" s ■•• !l ' ' • 'V 

• 

On the thf ' iik' hlghta of 

the exhibition there will I •■ the 

h .■ show which 

proml 

riumbi ntries fti Ised Qroin 

,- and other points, in 

)■;,,. | ;■ ; that : ■>' all 

the b ' '• the 

former city's ahpw wjll be tore. Then 

• ■ 

tsd that pi 
for the orated 

will result in the hose pri- 

i he ing gracefully draped 




Regular 7.5c. 




AUGUST 



FURNITURE SALE! 



lUisv day witli.us yesterday — lots of wideawake peo- 
ple took ad v,tiit;i-e . >i the Bargains. we arc" offering. Sorry 
we were nn.ibleLjo wait promptly mi everyone in the after- 
will do betler t..(l;t}'. 1'lea^e iifclp by shopping, 
if ,.,. . fn the mornirrgr-33- — ' -'— — 

1 JfOlfffet eftlS Chance pzs§ by to secure a great Bargain 
in l : urniture. Carpets or Linoleum. __; _ '■ : ' 

Ttiig is the time for the Dining Room td be considered, 
and you e,m get 



naps on Dining Tables, China^ Closets, 
Buffets and Chairs 

It will be lonrbeforcsttth Bargains are .,,,. red in Yk-toriA again— so don't 

delay— come m.lav, inspect, bnv and be Satisfied. Weean sa/ist y yon. and our 

„ U ; ira ntee of " : ^ as represent e.l or mo.m -funded" pmteets you abso- 

p Ul . ]v . i>;s.~-The reductions m prince are genuine— fro price juggHng done here 
h'ree city deliver^ l Oantry orders packed and shipped iree.. ^ 

Terms: Spot Cash. No Goods Charged at Sale Prices. 



-a 




SMITH 

1420 Etou#as St. 



& CHAMPION 

Near City Hall 



t4 Thc Better Value Store" 




THE PLEASANTEST PICNIC OF THE YEAR 



nssesxion tw . 7 '*^r- ~":t : 

me. two- ! 



.• Ids arrest he lias 

■■,,..■ ■• account ol 

«. if a ' 

gheriff Qo to ivi M photo- 

trap! ad ■ ■ 

Remarkable Criminal Carffr 
HI'atl.lN. \-o- I 

,.,1 the buffet 

, ftpiftg f 1 "Hi a 1 ' I '■" tnatoi 

. .. ,.,:,,,,• ti "" f 1 "''" 1 n 
; outside the '""'<' [ 
|offlce»8 liy tae wutlduin tn,U, ui.lur- 



SS fTf , ~tfpr w ~jtfi4 - 



,,„. „:,, em m u..- \va:-iii.«pt..H, 

stale tennis totirna«t«tti will b 

laxge at- 

mafol ■ - ! " ,,,ln! 

ordln ni 

TJie results of n whieh wash- 



ptn^rrs 'in ,:,,,,.: ,,| Se nil,., hi 



■ I with shavintrs died B 

it it shnl.l 
ble under 

ht. 



RESULTS OF PLAY 

IN SEATTLE TOURNEY 

Victorians Not So SUUtfVWflil Yester- 
day m Waalnnqton State's Games 

SJEATTLffl, A-.,; LI, \ oj ttnala In 



Johnston, of ^~- 

.11, of Seattle; beai I 

I, «-»;,Hu«( 

■ ill, of 'I 
eattli 
torla 7-6, t; 

lUlt. 

Prlt hi tt, 

' ' ''"''; 

: ;u "' 

,,r seaTtl I ! ■ 

ia ■■'' T p 1, 1 ■ 1 ' 

I 1 .. rn M. ... !v srett, beat 



now and Shannon, of &( > 
6-3; Johna m n ■ '" '' 

Smith and Marshall, of 

v-5. ; 

l Mlea Rogere, 

eB t ■ 

r.lvlns ■ : 

:.. un'd MiaS 



OBITUARY NOTICES 



. mi,-, beat Sale 1 » 
and Mi-- 1 lanner, of ^eatUi , 6-8, 6-2j 

-; ii ,t, hi- , . ol Berkiej . 1 al . and 
, , ., ■■rett, of Seattle, bea 6 Iss-Al- 

| ( i, ,n,.i Ml - i Et *i In, ol \ Me "i, ' r, ', ". 

Mix,-.! i Hta m Pftta and 

... h-at Mr-. Huiai 
!, ,,,,,.,:. 11 I I >i- ShiniM.n, Of S( 'Hi-. 6 '. 
r, \ \|i- ,- gotchk! : ■■. of liei ki, .. , i 'al.. 
and sinitii. of Seattle, h.-at .Mrs. Genge 
and Whj te ( ox Vi< torla, 6-Ii fi-i: 



1 . 



McKermon 

Th,- i un< • ' ! " : '' i l**o Oharie* Uc 
Kermon, who died «.i 8t Joseph's 
hospital on w edm sday evening 

,,(.,, e iroin the Victoria Undi 
taking parlors tomorrow morning 
8 (G Sesvicea will be ')v-hi In the 

, .■„ s itoinan ' alhulle rathe,!,- 

nine o'clock 



-|'ll< lie a ^ hO IOH 

men who Hi ' •■' : ""' "' ' 

■ ■: . Of A, ■■■•■ I 

;.i. ' ' ; ' ' 

into this comi ■ 

_ aJ , , , ;i mess mnn to a • ho. 

Advertlscln ThTcOLONIST 



•'■ ;; ^^?fPRpiPPiP||li 



.,.,.,:: i,-; 




DAILY tJOtOPflST 



~" --y, -.""'*• ' 'z'T^t," 



.Friday, August 12, •' 1910 



■ 



I 



*•• 






Ube Colonist 



"~«r»« Colonist FMntlng and Pubttalllag 
Company, Xilniltsd Liability. 
131 1-1315 Broad' St., Victoria,- ■, a 

J. S. H. MatHon. 



The Dai I .^ Colonist 

Delivered by carrier at 60 cents per. 
month, if paid m advance: 60 cents per 
month if paid after the 10th of each 
month. Mailed, postpaid, to any part 
Of Canada, except tho city or suburban 
dlstrlctu. which are. covered by our car- 
riers, or the Unl tod ■Kingdom at th" 
following rates: 

fcne Year „,,"..,,,..... 15.00 

Six Months .. M-° 

Three Months 1 JR 

London Of nee, 90-93 JTlest Strest. 



Friday, August 12, 



1910 



A USEFUL TRAIL. 



If Un- 



it la costing the nations of Euro p e 

over two billions &£ dollars every/year 

to kif|i tin- pesos At least that Is 

what the several i -hnm-elleries say 

suggest to tne raimnvn «■.«" ,. 

\\,„k, thai In- 5tgW co'nsider CHS HP they an- Spending tin- m,„i,-y lor. 



matter has aot already re- 
ed his attention, wo venture to 

auggeat to the Minister of. Public 



pedleney 61 opening a t'" ilil u > oonnect 

(ho see coast with tin- OtiltlnO valley-. 
The length of such a trail would de- 
pend, Of course, upon tin- p'ottil Ot de- 
parture aiul the point when- the 

stikii..- was reached, K tbs trail start- 
ed iron, S t e w a rt , tin- distauo. to the 
ne would- be approximately 






miles,-. If either _tho mouth of the Naas 
or ii ,/i- ton was tajt" p as the -t h-3»s 

m 50 to 76 miles more would 
; for. In vn 
, hl . eee in progress 

around h •■ P -■'' Wt ''"' ll ' IU ' 1 ,l; " 



demned by one party because they 
emanate from another, and they after- 
wards prove beneficial, the critics lose 
whatever standing they may possess 
in public opinion. Ostensibly the pro- 
posed Board la to be established in the 
interest of shippers; the Toronto paper 
seems to ttynk it Is to be in the inter- 
est It railways, and more especially of 
United . -States' railways, it think* it 
seea.-.ln the proposal a plan to divert 
from Canadian seaports, truffle that 
would otherwise find its way there. 
Whether or not this is the Intention, If 
tho apope of the powers of the Hoard 
would make such a diversion possible, 
certainly the best Interests of Canada 
demand that BO BUOh aureenient with 

the cnited swues shall be entered 
into. The subject Is one calling for 

fuller discussion than' It bus yet re- 
ceived. 



THE COST OF PEACE 



construction of th. 
~ — VeTy-TtPStrable That the nrtrntrjMO the 
north should he opj bed to tors, 

and this can only ^ood 

trail More than one will be n. 
within a few yei*&Jtait at the outset if 
one were provided it would be > 
USefuI. At present tin- whole s. 
-1-K- practically a d ind, for it is 

Impossible to make anything like 
thorough i • ttna " isaible. \ 
ip- known of this part 

province, but 
possible 
iting the 



goes. for ships and guns which in the 
. ....ise of a not very lOSg time, llnd 
their way to the scrap heap, and fp 
sailors atvcl soldiers, who are Jus1 SO 
many men taken froni product 
occupations. A recent Engllsh—wr/or 
urges the government to build .tvi-n 
rnori- Dreadnoughts than are now 
arranged for, and he gives as a reason 
for 11 thai in im Britten vipr. m u • 
over Germany in these ships W4H be 
•nail. He declines to take into 
consideration an) Vi s.-el.- ..:' the pre-^ 
(nought type, because he 
'•I (en years all sliips become un- 
fit for the first j 

unfortunately, in 1 v 1 4 . according t6 
this view of— things, or very shortly 
afterwards, the Dreadnoughts v 



ganizatlon in Halifax, who is reported 
to have compelled a merchant to. re- 
cover from his window lome "Jumping 
beana," because /their exposure to the 
light was ne*dl«»B cruelty to the 
worms which caused them to Jump. 
How he- knew that the worms did not 
like it, we are not I nforme d!. A 

■ The Queen's Own Kitles, of Toronto. 
six hundred strong, have set out for 
England- It is understood that the 
expense of their trip will be borne by 
.sir Henry l J ellatt. No , words can be 
tOoSstrong to express appreciation of 
Sir ii-c-nry's public, spirited aetion. Th*^ 
visit/of the Kitlea to tho Mother' 
Couutry will be a Strong stimulus to 
the growth Of healthy Imperialism 
end a refutation of the slander that 
cur volunteer miluUiamen tall short 
of doing their duty. 

The display at the llower show sug- 
gests that Victorians are making a 
specialty <>r sweet peas, if theg are, 
it is a very excelled tiling. Nothing 
is more beautiful than tfcflgfl- flowers, 
and 'they do not in any way interfere 
with the growing <,f other plants. 
They, are beautiful out of doors, and 
are unsurpassed for decor at 1 oh': Their 
culture OQUlree care at the outset; 
but when they once get to blooming 

all th.-> ask is that they shall be rob- 
b ed Of the ir blossoms as often as pos- 
sible, so that they may yield mora. 

m,.t sj Kennedy writes us-a lettei 

; peg ■•'< to the want-.n d.estrio-tion ,.f 
llttle lords end suggests that Gtonei 
Badl D POW< 11 BhOUld speak t thi 

- ats on the Stll.je, t. \V. 
obliged to our ■ ■ ri ridi tit for di- 
recting attention to' this matter. A 
ag lads go out shoot- 



gin to' be 'unfit ror the first HneTSWr mooting ,gaine foi the more i 

.-. *»_,'_ ,-»..* *lw, K^,*o r,i,rrl,t to he 



it 1.' 



by no means Tm- 

• , .- watershed, sep- 
fronv the 
ribntaries of the Skeeiia, the Naas and 
- itreams, flowing into Portland 
verles of mineral 

i,: i be made. 

ip of the BUgg< ted tral 
ietermlned by 
those who bat knowledge ot the 

try. We do not know that it would 
p.. ,,, or desirable to 'make a 

through trail la a sir! ■ -""'• what 
we have ih mind really is the' opening 
of this, large unexpired area to pros- 

I rid Others, Perhaps, this could 

i. y a "series 
trails than. ! '•'»« one. This is 

, , those who understand the 

situation best tp decide.^ 



Lhey will continue to drop out 
that time on. The only consolation is 
in the fact that other people's Dread- 
noughts will be getting into the 
same condition. The single 



.nail birds. T'o . 3d &t mean to 
be cruel, ifM they are not 

me s ■ uh " |? " l,t 



REWRITING HISTORY. 

We lin.l fTic- followitiK interesting 
item in a - '- l " r l ie No ' ,v 

Id: 

■ j.-,,, i\ vcars past the Rrchives 

H1 . with th.e administration 
of twenty-two Catholl^ b ishops who 



served in t Ireenia mil h< -t w ecu ' 1 00 1 li ■ n'l 
1496 hav been catalogued and open 
iblic In the i Library, 

,\ settlement was made in 
|tA:D. i""". and In the tol; 
lowing vears these Norsemen were 
to < Ihristlantty by Borne mis- 
sionaries from tcelarn • land was 
oonverti Irish mlsslonariefl and 
I was mi ,4 ' rcourse witi 
land thdnariy other country, there 
n<> doubt .frish missionaries 

among th< th. 

liv tapers th<- proof is almost 

positive thai the Irish, who were noted 
in their time aB ship builders an 
navig ■ re the N 

men. visited the American 
. . ■ Florida I as the I 

orients and pene- 
: into the country to the ( >Wo 
r. Some of our history will have 
reiwrltterfl . 

- a great deal in what this 
v.-rit, r bOU.1 tin- re-writing of the 

much of 
h is based U 

Insufficient data. In view of tl.- 

orlty of Irish diseovi 

i tltriess of 

things In 1 ' of Erin 

.have ■ Irtg into their 

across the border. 



f«UuTeof the case, so far as the.i" 
Kingdom is concerned, is that all the 
DiOney spent In this laborious and 
costly task of, keeping th* peace. Is ex- 
pended in the country, or at_. least by 
very much the greatest part of it. 

It .seems as if we are driven to the 
conclusion that either this mad expan- 
sion of armaments, must cease, or w 

lief must hesoughfin war. JMne 
when the latter expedient would be re- 
sorted to without a moment's hesita- 
tion; but war in those days was a very 
different thing from what it would be 
today, international rela tions are so 
interwoven that , a war between any 
wers, would have ef- 
fects so disastrous, apart from the cost 
In money, and blood. -that no govern- 
d justify Itsehf in appealing to 
arms—as long as there remained any 
otlWHfctoSsil.W- remedy! even Iri case of 
!-,, actual affront. Much less could any 
A ..,1,1,;, at »nti ' declaring wai 

, ,hi I inod simply because it thought 
another nation was becoming too 
Mryrigi ■- -The on l y- h o pft fnr Improve- 



ment seems to He in the j>ossibility 
that the burden of maintaining the 
avagant preparations for 
war will grow so btirdensome that 
some other means will have to be dis- 
covered M-anwhile. there is' some 
satisfaction in, knowing, that recent ut- 
terances of Mr. Aso,uHh In respect t» 

rmany b*«e produced a very favor- 
able impression in that country. 



Of- the thing. But the boys ought to be 
taught that it is wrong and ■ unmanly 
to shoot IH4 ■- ' ■ reatures. who 

tne birds in any sense of I 
word, and who live around our ho n • - 
because they have grown In genera- 
to think it safe to do so. 

Sir Wilfrid Laurier says he is-4-i 
ing younger in spirit as he traverses! 
it Of course he is. This is a I 
voting men's land, a place where years j 
•fdo not -count so far as 'optimism and j 
a bright outlook are concerned. East- j 
ern people often ask what 11 out 

the West that makes every one want , 
to stay her. BiX Wilfrid is find 
,.u't the reason. It is because \ve all \ 
young in spirit. When de Soto 
out on his western march m 
'search of the Fountain of Youth, his 
footsteps v ted In the rlghl 

- ,;. There may be M land 
where one can keep from getting old j 
as years and the body go, but this is 
one where we can all keep young tit] 
all that makes life worth living. It Is j 

the land «i infinite hope. 

> - 

We lind m the -New York Herald- -&*v« 
interview with Mr. J. Norton Griffiths, 
M.P., in the British House of Com- 
m ona; who loft that city for the Pii- 




I 



Kitchen Furniture and 



Cooking Utensils 



May, we venture to express the hope 
that the deep peace which has s- 
upon municipal affairs for the last few 

Perhaps it will 
that the recent eruptibn was 
b blessing in disguise 



A JOINT RAILWAY BOARD 



The Conservative picnic at Sidney 
row promises to be a very en- 
joyable affair. There is almost an ab- 
solute certainty of good weather, and 
■easion. will afford an ext-elp.it 
opportunity .for a pleasant oUfting at a 



"The question ot v turnisiung the kitchen is a vital one to the modern housewife. Providing you have EVERi 1 I1IXG 
nn need (and at Weiler's you can do so economicalK ), you cm a!wa\- wd at ease when it comes to dinner-giving. 1 f your 
kitchen is 'not adequately furni dp, 1. j i -u SaturaTIj Kncl Sany difficuliies and ann-yances arise when you are doing your 
level best to prepare a tasty meal for your friends-. In this ad. we give you a few illustrated suggestions, which we hope 
will l.ring. you to our store in order that you may be convinced that Weiler's Qualities and Weiler's Prices ar-e-a true ex- 
ample of genuine values. , ~ 



The Mall and Empire thinks that the 
proposal to establisn a Joint railway 
board to ha\- - ite« of 

freight. on goods haalstl 

,1 Bound mistaken one. 

j\ regrfettabli our con- 

t, n ,,,-rary i3 that .' . • ■ 

subject from the standpoint of extreme 
and hence the vain, 

the p-- ■ ; ■ ■ ' ■ tti o 

thereby not 

unlS) i by ih« following conclu- 

sion KgbJ ; • - I in a r« 
i,rta li, ■ - ! -■■•■ 

railwa dt_tp take ] 

in through U affl p. to or from - 
jol them Hie ■>■ 

Of Hallway Comm | -rlfrs 

of charges over thel 

of the Canadian with .which 

1 bey are uonnecti d W hi ti Cat 

railway COl ' i I • 

fri rghi b- n tj ilhi antt' 

( onner.led with i h, I Mil. -i -I,,. 

lei then, fill the ; 

mutually det med d< rti tate 

intei rial lonal traffic, W Bfti h coantry 
accommodate it" i > r a to I 

•j'here Is no nouessU ror— ^fhe 

conntrtes to and, ,,<■ •- ■■. ■ organ 
,,,■ , ommoii rallv - ment.'' 

,., f 0] ,....■ n definite o] I 
,,n ih! eiuesti ■■ ■ ' sly oughl I - 

bo optsids the range of part-, polit 
it Beams deslrabW to he u n hal - an be 
alleged from ■> misini ,; point of view. 
To put the ease oti a Wj ' ,,v i ,; l| " 
if proposals of a bUI laass natui'-, an 
this certainly is on-, are dtecussed 
from u political point of \ics and con- 



It is said.that over 100,000' people In 
London alotip are. in receipt of charit- 
able n ay during the simi- 
m< I bat in the United Kingdom 
,2,500,000 are supported by charity. -It is 
well to talk of Umpire, but her, 
problem tl sll give the states- 
men of the United King loi ill that 
th-.v can think of. 



ome people In' South 

race cry, and we 
,rry to say that it seems to be 
the i (ant, Wt sincerely 

• ,,,;,,- that tin- ,i- • over- 

tor it would 
\ery eeiiou HiiiiK to hav< the funda- 
• : i .1 work in thai h»W Dominion 

r.pfal * ■ : ' ;a e.ind 



The promotors of the Zeppelin 
dirigible , trip to the Nott i have 

• -i | , postpone it for ten ■ 

i'l Is. a wise conclusion n 
bad enom > , ve your dirigible 
lapsetn-yotHv-ieo^pi. n ■ bach parti 
to have. one come to grief, several hun- 
■'■■■■' i ad's Icy 

ii. ..i i., i ■ th< least 



Oifltt i 'oast last Thursday. We shall 
doubtless shortly hear what Mr 
flths has to sny for himself in r« 
to his very interesting mission, and 
this reference is only for tbe^pur'pose' 
of mentioning that the Herald's lnter- 
dlust'fa-tes anew the unwisdom of 
the choice of Its name by the founders 
of the city of Vancouver. Ai 
the Herald's article the tfrtn Va- 

nseti us though the Island and 
,ty were, orie; and the same thing. 
K#, TJrifftthS is said - taKen the 

train for Vancouver; he is Said to In- 
to foond a Colony in Vancouver 
and si) on. The colony Is going I 

ti, onver Island. It is not at all 
strange that a visitor like MivfGrif- 
llths speaks of Vaiicotiver, when lie 
I the Island. When we mean the 
Island of Ceylon, we only say Ceylon; 
we sa and rarely the L-land of 

Malta. Borneo, Sumatra, Java and so 

I other illustrations of • 
ping of tlie term island.' The" con-; 
fusion is iiiuly t ae greater as 

time p • md as the Island increases 

in weait-h-. po.pullltiol, and developitietit . 

Ity is likely to '",- the sufferer 
by: it, ' , ■ 

Wt notice that, some of the ) English 
papers are . nthusiastic. over 

v. hat the) call th- -n revolt 

n. it Is not 

t so far as v..- have 

,sists chiefly of a demand 

thai faitu machinery shall be 

0H ,: ■ list: -If ■' ilhbut say- 

Ing that' men. whose business is grow- j 
Ing main and who ha ., no^hlnj 

i i tm - • ■ i woul i ; 

.,,- protection ID !'■' ir own | 
i ai the same time .they 
might be very willing to see it adopt- 
v, as In la, continued be- 

, a use 
wlv ll 

porariei eem (o.-io t 'IV- Of lite fy '. 
•hat e ven Sir Wilfrid /.aurier, y I 
I | ■■; sfl/cacy of h 

■ in England," is i 

! 




Homc- 

Made 

Bread 



r.ood, delicious coffee, every clay, 

ti now »"-i!"l-ou hit or miss 
about it— with a 

Manning- 

JDowman 



" METEOR* 



I 



%' 



Coffee Percolator 

All the strength a, , nrr 

-xir.icted from the coffee by distil- 
lation— a prpcr>. , which will save 
you one UUrd loottylefl uhd Maes 



Ladies: 
Use Our Rest 



TO KNOW WHAT REAL VALUE-GIVING IS 

M EANSTOV IS IT US AND MAK E— — 

COMPARISONS .:- 




Th" hurrt work an'l f-.-,ju r 't failures 
: I alts (lay aru-at an i.-ud. The 

VTanning- 

"ECIJPSE" 

Bread Maker 

knpadg elRht loarei of light, whole- 
some bread In three mlnutm— reanlt 
war. It in the only bread maker 
actually kneading bv comprcMym. 



Room, 2nd Floor 



dvantage to the 
Out Blnglii • •■ ■ rn_- 



Kitchen 
Tables 

Kitchen Treasures, with two bins paste 
l><>anl and drawer ......... .S7.00 



they 



It. 



tli 



i : . i : 1 1 ' on th < pari 

of the Canadian Club to Invite thi 
• Itlscene to bt thi li guei I at. I hi 
torla theatre on Saturde nlghi i,, i,.., 

an address lr,,m I P-ner,,! I! ,d,-n I',, a 

fllsl IngulWiWa s, ,id i, i,. v\ i, 

a Malekint: e nd** red him to 

whi • ■ i,nd 

ire to I ■■ somt I 

•■'■': 



,1 tl 



a preferentl t] - ' 
into ii,- i nJttt 'i 



The S. I'. C A. has Just prevented 

a greased pig contest m an eastern 

hiMii. This la not <,uit. as bad as i«' 
told of tlie agent of that excellent oi- 



,,n u Ilea I imp"!! - 

Kingdom. 3o fai 

bh« eVSF' : i EKal 

,hey did. 'i his^lleged demand foi i 
pre fc i for CanaBTan vSeal 

.... . In ; ■ 

.... , ip British pa 
,., ri ,, i , tnadlan i 111 i • Icome I 

i ,,.■ hi ,n h ! ■ It i annot be made to 

I too plalnlj thai the people 
,,: , lanadfl want them to do ■ t i 

na i ,., p, -t i,,i themselves, v-m 
FariTiffi Rrtp Th Kn,|,i e together «n 
an} othW yriucipk-. 



Other Kitchen. Tables range from £3.25 
,,, .$2.00 

Flat Top Folding Tables, from ,$5.00 
to ^ "..........$1.00 

Kitchen Chair, at from $1.50 to. . .70f 

Kitchen Cupboards at 88. OO 

Brass Top Kitchen Cabinets, golden 

fir finish, a: • .$18.00 

Kitchen Cabinets in aatural ;;i,i;-l,- fin-- 

,. h ; ;U ..-rrrt:... :..;.... $30.00 

Kitchen Cabinets, in ^elierrv fini-h. 
;tt .../. $22.(M) 



lighjtnin 




reezer 



Makes smooth- 
er 1: ice cre;iMi, 
easily and quickly, 
Tecause of the 
fnmous Lightning 
Wheel-dasher and 
Automatic Twin Scrapers. 
Saves ice and salt/ too. Lasts 
l,,r,eer because of electrically 
w< ldeil, round, steel hoops — can't 
fall off: and can with steel bottom 
— ican't leak or fall out. 




Pastry Shapes,' in sets/at, 35c and 25£ 

Wire Pie Plates, each . . .*. 15<* 

Eg*g2iPoachers, will, poach 5 eggs. .75^ 

Potato Mashers, up from ....... .25o 

Rolling Pins, each. 25c and ...... .lS^ 

Lemon Squeezers, wooden 25^ 

Wooderi Spoons, each, 10£ 

^Salad Spoons and Forks, in pairs, 50c 
an,! . . .... 35<^ 

Egg Beaters-— Dover— 50- | rid . . 25<- 

Meat Choppers— tl ; .— at. .$1.25 

I ' :., is jti ■ Ol 

■ can 1 for jt< •" in thifl ii 




Use the 

Ladies' Rest 

Room 




Just Try 

Shopping by 

Mail 



Friday, August 12, 1910 



VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 






- 



If It's From the 

Montelius Piano 
House 

It's a Good One 
The Kranich & Bach,, 
Brbadwood, Bell, Haines 
Bros, and Chickering pianos 
grace the studios and par- 
lors of the leading piano 
connoisseurs of every civil- 
ized nation. --^- '- — : 

Anv ,f the above names 
.on ilic fall b< iard of }""■'' 
|nano is nol only a Guaran- 
tee of its Intrinsic Value 
wherever you may go, but' 





enhances your taste and 
judgrjrtehl in the estimation 

\ of your friends. 


Sold Only by 

MONTELIUS 

PIANO HOUSE, LTD. 

1 104 Government Street 

Corner Fort Tel. 44 

B. P. GREEN K 

Manager Victoria House 



SOCIAL AND PERSONAL 

Major .Mntirr of Victoria Is visiting 

in Vancouver* * 

» • • 

.Mr. George Dyks has been Boending 

si vera! days In Victoria's 

• + j* 

''.Mr. Sydney civil. 1 went over to 
Vancouver last night on- the Charmer. 

* ■* * 

.1. !,. Parker, of' Prince Fttipert, la 
v|„ ading a tew da/3 b Uv the city. 

V » * 

M r and Mrs. John McKlo, of I '.rand 
l'. . r K.-. are v^Srt^fitg the .•■'►aft • > ' >*■«■ 
► "#*'♦■ 

Miss Katie O'RoUrke hg.« gOJ}ia OVft 

to \ ti" "u\ er i" spend a hoijdaj with 

fri' nils. 

# • • 

Mlcftae! Fineftj of M. Flnejrtl $ 

Sons., I( li ! ' : t>rda> tpr San Kran- 
ClBCC un a \ ' i -s- i !' ■ 

.\ii:.,« Margai"*! DaJ 

sU'eel is in Victoria > 
rii days. 



Km press Wednesday evjsning MIsh 
CrelghtQn, Mrs. Phillips, Ksquimalt 
arid, Miss Hamilton. 1 »r. and Mrs, 

Fisher leave today for Seattle, 



, H of Eveleigh 
; 1 idaii of se v « 




Curls, Puffs, Braids and 

Transformations In all 

Styles at 



MRS. KOSCHE'S HAIR- 
DRESSING PARLORS 
'Phone 1175 Douglas St. 



-T H E- 



Real Lace Shop 

Honiton lace, as supplied,. to 
H. M. The Queen Mother. 



1214 Broad St. 



Madame Russell 

SHAMPOOING AND 
MANICURING 



and alt. kinds of hair work- mad? to 

— . 

715 COURTEWAY ST., PHONE 1836. 



I 2d i'. !■' VS Stev< us 'ii returm d bai k 
" i r , ,1,1 Seattle on the Princess Victoria 

yest< rd ij aftei noon. 

* j» » 

colonel Pen i rea< bed tl 
i,.,-,i.m per He- -Eieiirce88-~ : :Chartott« 

! roin \ .1 II' ulivi l 

* * * 

\1, j TfOUP returned I" the '"' | ' • I 

,,,, t h e . ■!,.,: ;.,!!' from Vancou- 

* * * 

Mis. i iproth i a J3U w erd from Van 
couvei - th< sueat of Mrs. it. k. 
Wins Oak Bay Esplanade. 
• • * 

\i ii ii'-nt v. M.A.. of tlie local I 

iff. left last night on a visit 

i" Vancouver. -' — , . . ■ ■ . - 

» ■■» * 

Mr. George Mas,. n. mayor of GuelpUr, 

. .ni.u .... la. the gu< ai "• Mi and 
M. King ealedu anus. 

M • * 

Mjss Ada K< - s - A - Ttobin- 

td'N Brown are spend- 

.lidayin tin- Cascades. 

Master Arnold Dean of Saannhton 
has Just retm aed i ;■ vlaitti g Mr. 
and Mrs, F. Goldii i I s-.uurna Island. 

« * ■» 

i:. . i: K". lalall formerly 
■ [at i hur. h IS 
\ [siting M' and Mrs., Spofford, I 

brofci 

• ■ • » . 

,i. B Holland ot' the ' - 1 *- 1 i-7 K«a 

has iftt with his wif.- and !..!■• QB u. 
Visit" to his mother's home in Vie- 

. ; 

. • » * - ' V ■ 

Miss —May Urahaui Wg* ami ' 

ih- p rs'on the. Princess 

toria to ViiiiMtivcr yesterday after- 

- •-" 
Rev, -in. I Mis. B.-nigh Allen return- 
ed home from a short trip to the 
sunn. I • i day. Their two * 

• mpanied them. 

• * • 

.Mrs. Smyth and her tw,> daughters* 
tli. Blisses Pellowes,:,haye returned 
from a. trip to Prince Rupert and 

Stewart. •■ ' . 

• . * 

Mrs. Ehimeraon GilVey and chtl- 

,n,l Ml MaiK-i!'.,, 

children return' d •■• 51 from 

if foiir-v. I i' impers' 

Pass. 



Next Tuesday, In Yorkshire, c.ipi. 
Alexander W. strange, ■ it. .<»., aecond 
son of Major Gen. Bland StVange, late 
Inspector for Canada o!' artillery, is to 
njarry Miss KdHh ETgdley; daughter of 

tlu: Kev. W. Iledlrv. fellow of rni\ei- 
sitv college, Oxford. 

« » « 

Mr. I i. .1. Harinell, the Mi.-ses T.l/.- 
■/.i, and Maud llartnell and Miss I.. na 

Bowman, from Butte, Montana, are in 
111,' City on a visit- M Mr. Tims. Price 
the popular sinner of the Grand thea- 
tre Miss Bowman win leave for Butte 

! today. 

» ♦ « 

w .i. Armstrong or Victoria"; rath- 
er of Mrs. .1. H. Mitchell oi K.unlo M,s 

ami T, Armstrong and ri Ife W v. in 
alpeg, are spendhig a few days with 

Mrs MltchelL Mc and .Mrs. Arm- 
Strdhg will \ isit const cities h, f"ie n - 

turning t" Winnipeg. 

* .» 

Mr and Mrs I.. Hand, of S.i.mnii- 

i tori, li m ! . ii nlghj v la l he C, i'.. R> 

,nid the Canadian NOTlhfiXn >l.;ani- 

,,hii, Roj al Edward , on an eatte ««d 
niji i" the < 'id i louriti | ' i i i '" 

same i eTwill tr'ai Bl Mrs. w U 

Co'vell 'lid Mr. .1. A. N.-wt.'ii "f this 
city. 

* * *• 

Sir Bampfj Ida and l.ndv I \ 
arrived from London i., so- mi •-. era 
months hi touring Canada and the 
United Slates. Sir Bampfylde was a 

I ernoi " : EJastern B 
and Assam, BeCXfttaXS ' 
got ei mum in and i a ier of the couu 
..cil oi ii. Iceroy. 

* * * 
Lady Clementine Waring, i - 

-of— the m i • -'i I Ida 

home r.-< • ntlj at h h 

teachers nl touring the British 

-The guests tnctaded '■ Sybil 

and promllli 
them the Hon. Mrs. Victor Stan!' 

• r.ij sii].erin 

t'lid'-nr' of tin- Methodi.-t church m 

ida, is sj.eii. i. days In 

,,,,,.' i. ituns- 

muir. I >r I 'armaii will preal ' 

meeting of the muatlon fund 

-icy church on l-"rlUu> 
a'fternoon. N"Xt -v\"«U-.h.- Will ' 

the k*'H'- rence in Victoria, 



Friday Bargain 



Sir ghty, Ml' for Crinis 

by, and l.ad\ Doughty sail 

London on the -Til. of July for Can- 
ada to make an extended tour of th« 

don. Their itinerary in tie 

Includes a short stay In Vancouver and 

a visit to Prime Rupert. The tour 

n mi. i the invitation 

1 1 Grey and during their visit sir 
,i,i utflj Doughty win he the 
a of the management of the I 
Trunk- ratlwa 'ny. 



MR. J.D. A.TRIPP 

-■ 

of Music 

Piano, Virtuoso and Teacher 

the nu\ :■' ■ - Of I"'."'" ' 

Iny! will,.'. ' l.s'M. '■• •'"" ' '''> ' m '' «« •• " ' ' 



■ 



Prices Are Right; 
Quality the Best 

Horse Shoe Salmon, r <ir Tin . ,.30o 



Protection Salmon, 4" -i fin. . 15c 
Salmon, half-pound tins, per 

tin , -ioc 

Sardines. Norwegian, •• tins.. 35o 
Blue Point Oysters, p»l t n 

and «»•. 

Lobster, " -tHl ' and..... -*5c 

Pish Pastes On • Klass, 

.' :• a0c 

garttto i- ■■ ■ ***** 



■ ■■ pianta rri of 

turned home yesterday via 

i X. , railway after spending, a 

veekfl visiting her mother. Mrs. 

street. 

• •. • 

M;^ pjva Walker of Saanlcbton 
Teturene-I after a months' 
'\ -r ifn tt n n where' 1 '' he Imp 'boon vi s itinw 



RENCH VIEW OF 
I 





Reg&d ' Limitation of Arma- 
ments as Impracticablecr- 
Situation Changed Greatly 
in the Last Decade.- - 







Ui-ouiiir Si .-5. I'riflav . per pair _. . . . . . . •, 

Regular S2.50 and $3:00. I ; riday.per pair . . . . 




Real Nappa Tan Kid Gloves 

Regular price $i ;cx>. Friday . pet i'^h 

Dents' Kid Gloves, kdies'; iil tarn and arntte 

ular-prix-c S1.511. l ; i-i«la\ . pei p;tir .Sl'.OO 

Dents' Mocha Gloves, ladies', in and bro 

JLeguiar prici $i-5p. cjrid v . per -pair ...^1.00 



Ladies' Cotton Vests. 
1'Yiilav 



Regular pr ice 35c and 59C - 

JSfo*} 



Children's Ribbed Hose, l)lack. Rejgular ppce 35c, 
,,, and 5«>f parr, l r ri<lay 25c 

Ladies' Muslin Collars, with jabot attached. Regu- 
lar price 35; and 50 each. ,l ; nday -25o 

Ladies' Pique Stock Collars, in wliite aad C©loi 
— Regulaf'pi iOc 6jC. Friday ■ ■ .:. - . ■■ -r o.">r 

Ladies' Corsets— Vmerieau Lady and ThomSOfl 

- Glove-fittino- SCorseTs. ~ r— : - 



fl.25 



R.-Mil/tr S,v;:. d : rida,y. per pair 
R(/j>i/lar S4.25. ,l ; riday. per pair 




1123, 1125 and 1127 Government Street 




Latest Ideas in' High 
class exclusive Millinery. 

Dent's Gloves. 
Morley's Hosiery. 
Dr. Deimel's Linen Mesh 
Underwear. 




c.urviiTK them intf irffS 

taken for granted thai Italy has no 

ivtth pro >1 this 

nature, ind that the latter bss, then 

. r« opportunity of taking up any atti- 
tude In the matter. 

— ♦■» ■ • 



A. Pool, Grocery 

(,_-; Yates St. . Phpne44$, 



Mr and Mrs. k. m. Ba^nks 

inainio. , ■ 

• * * 

Miss Russell and Miss hi M. Rus- 
sell arrived from Seattle yesterday, 
whither they came by tliejert- 
7 They were marooned on the occasion 
i of tip- grounding of pae Princess May. 

Bub-Inspector 8 U Et agrave, of 

■ ..mpaiii.'d by 

Mrs. Redgrave and ,tW0 I, 'left 

-day on a two week I S .11 

■ and other California points. 

• • • • 

ei. a. t. Thompson, of Ottawa, ar- 
rived in the city and leaves this 
log for his home iuc 

prominent Li beral of the .capitat 
ettted ' lfaid'hiaud county in 
>mmona from 1'joo to 1*M. 



I |,r. marriage of Maj. W. ]■'. Sweny. 
Rovn'l Kusiii.-is. younger son of 
a. Bweny, of. and 

Metge, Athhimney. County 
M quietly in Dublin on 

■d iffst. 

* ■ * * ■ ■ '' . 

l>r. and Mrs. Edward Kisher. ef.To- 

Ui. -.Pal dinner a! the 




The Blending of g FIT . 



Style and Value 




Pit- Reform has made its greatest success 
among those whose wardrobe formerly cost 
them almost double what it does now.' The 
warmest friends that Fit-Reform ha*-, are the 
who are most particular* and exacting about 
the garments theyjauy. 

Fit-Reform is the perfect blend of style 
and value-in high grade, hand-tailored suits 
and Overcoats. 

Fit-Reform offers the newest and choicest 
oi the season's styles, in the newest and *choic- 

,..f the season', pftj : Bl "s. as, originated and 
pe r fecte d by .the, master- designers and tailors 
of the Fit-Reform organization. Yet Fit Re- 
■ fo r m prices are within the means of practi 
cally evcryonc-r-Suits and Overcoats, from 
$15 to $35- : 



=£-- 



ALLEN &.CO. 



FIT-REFORM 

I ,.x; r+r\\i e l>\- \,v C \; T Q T P B Ei ! ■ 



It i« iierhaps' only natural that ITan.e 
which suffered so terrildy from an his- 
loric. mjlitary unproi 

Should regard with in 

ism the rather hastily considered pro- 

f.,r. Hie limitation of arm:, 
pul forward In different , punters din- 
ing the last few days. H has 
remarked In France that It 
pf this paradoxes of. British demo 
that a nation which, abo ve all • 
•has the 1 i common 

H,enSe and. bUB ■ 'uptitude, : 

it i.n.l ^ell-mean- 
Ing but Inn ie pacifists 

■ n freer than today 
oj ECU delusions on the disarmair, 
Question, aiid the propoeala •. from 

I u\ England, 
ilj chronicled, h .rally 

ft withoui comment, 
LtUa- evening 

will, : 

renewed declarat ions of the Q 
ments of the German Empire and i 
tli' to 'maintain oi enlarge 

naval armaiiiems. and with s ■ > u i • 

,-h. nev' should 1 

Intel preted aa unxi ien.dl)nes« 1 • li 1 

to what 1 Haiders wouli 

■ 
... idea . :■. to »ny 

agreemein- (W the limitation ol 
The dr. am; It says.- Is uni 

• use "haul : • elgns'; 

and "evil .ndnisters D 
■wtlltm ''Hi the permanehce of; the 

iwer, but because no 
balaiti Any consent on thi 

t Q ■ ny to gu 

Ct COllld "111 

and might, , rhore- 

■we live no .longei In the llnie when| 
: .;i dominal Ion, 

! domination .<• th nam. impose, | 

1 dogma on inn 
■ ..us. TJie enfeeblement ot I '■ 
1 trttaln during 1 " the- South 'African ■ war.. 

1 ||, p vd. I -o and I he p"li- I 

■ . . f 

found necessary to demand militai 

iriforee.ment, ih,e lOnRlish are nbout to be- 
gin an nn.iilPtifialile > i h„.;i -.Ij!^ 

I of two wTiters who are filvlnH 
them causa for uneasiness. In Tndla two 
ests and the ti lal • 
e regime organized by Lord 

lirinu abOUt the detente I 

the ^government, but meanwhile 

I the 9' state, rem 

j fori' the house of commons off the In- 
. In the taxes, on the necessi't • 
[repression, and o hj!_Jh e merka of 

III police. lie even ■{, I'l'tl. .1 thfi new 

, ' In the pres- . Ii this -1 

1 '■ '■ 

li ; authority? M 

■- rration. 1 lut 

agita- j 

Bgypt •• ' 

the rlva real I tritaln aa 

much as tm ' 

suppose ' thai 
UrttHi, i ed to send two 

divisions ■ 

HtUla 

lm 1 

- • ■ 



ENQUIRY INTO LOSS 

OP BRITISH STANDARD 



Mr Frederick Hronii. ttMr mahaginsttthe insuratiee l.rokers in 1. 011,1,, ii in 



owner of the v.-ssel, was in th 
all the afternoon. He sp.lt his dame 
Brown, he said, hut his parents were 
nn meit-Km-tmr His hrotlier. the .-a,p- 



11,1 mert K r au nr MS proiner. uir '•<,!'- ■!"■' ►*• ■>,•" ••— •- ;■ — -■ '- — ,,'.,, 
U?ln ot the British. Standard, apaltOl iTryn Manoivof ..both at 



Strange Circumstances involving the 

Foundering of Vessel Investigated 

By British Board of Trade. 

1* , • ■ 

The board of trade inquired into the 
Of the steamer Britlfh Standard. 
lape l"'i". Hra/.il. on Mav SB, while 
r maidep voyage, was resunn 
Cardiff: Mr. A. W. Their,, of Messrs. 
and c,, . .stated that the 
firm shipped a cargo of ...ai by the 
, t he ■ ■ Ing idaured wg 

,,. ,.,, ,! u.ight charge* 
,.;,„„: i,, £3,900, Of which £1,500 waa 
advanced to tfce'owtu 



Braun In ail official documents. Be 
letting up in. husinoss as a ship, 
owner tv was a partner in Anderson. 
Brown \- ■«••>. Regarding the British 
ytati d ar d ' Ste ' ft ' mah 'i vi rn r upairy. hf said; 
out of tho 961 shares issued up to a 
certain period there were fiTa Standing 

in the names til hlmseft, his son and 

his brother. The last named had ap- 
plied for 200 shares, which had h. •-,, 
transferred to him < tlu- witness.! The 
remaining shares were divided be- 
tween the people Who supplied 
to rhe ship, the superintendent engin- 
eer and people of that class. 

Mr HoiTidge. K.C.-^-I'racthal! 
shares were allotted to the outside 
,,„i. s; oh out .that, , 

Mr. Horridge ■!■■■«) long e*i 

from rnrrespond,ence which had passed 
• ■ een the witness 



which waa made by Up 

■ lln-.I I ■::•■ 

Braun had had in hi onCft 

an.) to the loss of steamships ai- 



whi.-li the witness had been, the man- 
aging owner, ami HI c. nine. 1 ion 
with each of which there ttft 
: of trade luquiry . 



A-skAil wmtf't t u 1 aftUH l 'd l M h il rsn ie i its - 
•of his lirm were in connection with the 

voyage, the witness replied E 5,000. Be 
could not aa) whether the amount 
spenl ^1 atorea and outfit was E 1,910. 
The insurance effected on the htiii and 
machinery ot the vessel was £32,800; 
for diabursmenta IghJ "^ s .- 

1 premium £8,300, management 

30. in addition, he, was. insured for 

pi,,t, ctlon ami indemnity ' to the 
.amount of £" 3,360, and also for freight 

demurrage! , 

' Coming to th,- remarkable letter 
during thi first day 's proceed ings. 

in which the captain said some of the 

crew had asserted that the boat was 



SCuttled, Mr. Horride, > v.lip and 

what was ■ li.ntiis;- the person whom 
tin- mast e r, m i ■ ■-- 

■ ul.r irv and trap the Creeks. The 
-reply was that be was eoniit 
with tin- Shipping Federation ; 

diff. Mr. Horridge (reading from a 
cablegram:) "Von ma, promise Den- 

nis 1( umount," What dhi 

understand by that?— The wit 

t.shakiiig. his, head ;),,., I'm „gui;c ,.,.l did n' t 



. The witness was ordered to produce 
his private bank ho.*, the bank 
of Meters..' Brown, s<>n and Co, 
a full statement 61 diabursmenta upon 

o'-amer today, when the Inquiry 
will be resiim. d. 

• ♦ 1 

LOUISBUKQ, N. s.. Aug. J1 
iroughl by an Ameri'-an fl 

,, a,, i,,ii. r i- . porting that the cap 

fishing boat 
committed "e in* to pie scarcity 

Of halt. '.No hail, no' fish," the unl 
tun: poi r.-'Tlo have shCUil 

.r,d. -';.•' 



Anheuser 






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las earned its reputation of being the most popular 
bottled beer in the world solely because of its superb , 
Quality and Purity. Its absolutely in a class by 
itself. , 



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Bottled only at the 



St. Louis, Mo., U. S. A. 









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R. P. Ri 

Distributors 



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Victoria, B. C. 



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VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



Friday, August 13, 1910 



/ 



LOGGERS' SUPPLIES 




/ 



We carry a very complete stock of 

The RIGHT KIND 

Blocks, ChoRers, Grabs, Wire Ropes, Chain, Etc. 

WK tNVITE INSPECTION 



E. B. Marvin HSMbQ, 

The Shirchandlers" - 1206 Wharf Street 




NEWS OF THE CITY - / 



No Recaption Tonight 

owing to the non-arrival of Miaa 
McKenzie, president of the Victorian 
order, of ^ursea, the reception to be 
tendered her at the Alexandra club 
this evening has been cancelled. 

To Greet Sir Wilfrid.. 

Among the delegations who will meet 
Sir Wilfrid Laurier on his arrival 
here oil the I'th inat. will be twenty"-? 
one South African veterans. The men 

"ill greet the Crv+t>4e-t' .-«m - tjie wharf 
devorcned uUli then service medals. 

In Realty Market. 

Vjpjssrs, ''iiriif aiifl Power] Fi ■ ! 
tgehts, ha > (-' insl disposed of two arnl 
a h alf acre's In the Esquimau ti : - m i ■ t 
and ' k " lots on i tv$ ha m - < ■■ '■• t a1 

aggn gate pj t $7.0flft. .. This tivm 

' ; i"'"- i con [derable demand tor 
i 'i dpero in i he Esquima II dial rfci 

Take Out Permiti. 

Building permits.- were .-issued e's- 

terd i •■:• fhi liulldtng Inspector to , 
Mr, Jam** Patterson for additions to 
(iw t'llirur- on Belcher stree t eg 1.1 

(450 and i" Mr Al;r. d .1 - for 

dwreH+ng on Lang rtrtjt, pa . klands: ro 



THE WEATHER 



b. a, 



Co- 
the 
has 
Lho 



Meteorological office, Victoria, 
at 8 p. m., August 11, 1910: 
SYNOPSIS. 

The pressure Is high o\er British 
luml.la and tlie wesfi rn pOl tton of 
1'arifu stales ami line woaUicr 
been general. Bast of the Ituckie.s 
pressure is low In the prairie provinces; 
thunderstorms occurred ai Minnedosa 
und Calgarj , with heavj rainfall at thu 
latter station, a.ij<l the wsjatWi baa '" ,a " 
warm in .iii cUgtrlots with 'tMlxtmura 
leiopeial tires ransin^ Crun] Hfi at I'ort 
Arthur tu :• I ai Wl trilpes 
ti:mii.i::\ m ki 

Mm. 



i Viotoria ........ 

, Vancouver - 

"■ ' ' y\ estmlfister 
: Hum loops. ;. 

I :;n kervilje 

i 'i inn Ki.p, ii ... 

Atlln ' 

i >e a son 
■ tlgary, 
W Innlpi r 
; Pdri larhd 
ban !■'.!■! 



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69 



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Alta., 
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: I hours 



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Great Reductions 

in Ladies' White 

Waists 



To make room for our Fall 
grtpds ndW "ii | he \va\, We are 

offering all pur large Stock 6t 

l.,nl|. ' W lllle' V- ,;:|- -,l gT< itl 

re'dtii ••'* prices Wi > I ■ , I 

'.In m dill an-! ha I I la.-hcl the' 



i in I 
oil 



I lM 



Vmong them ire i numbei of 
Tailored effeetaj dalnt\ i. 
Bldu Silk Waisl | 



Redfern & Sons 

JEWELLERS AND DIAMOND MERCHANTS 



Aiiiiouiiyc the arrival of a in-w ^liijuncnt u£ 

SOUVENIRS 



1 009 Government Street 



Victoria 



Douglas Street Work. 
''■"ik 'f bene, i ;;nTf"nn the C 



Do You Realize What You 
Are Paying for Groceries 

fu&l tel this liiu-siPM n.tQ n v6ur though i> tori moment 

andthea pi ttial ofder with us. \\ c will ponviiicc y,. u that 

wc can save you micjite; 

Sherriffs & McLaren's Jelly Powders, 4 pkts 25"< 

Christie's Reception Wafers, per 1111 *?r><- 

Christie's Water Wafers, per i kt -. .3T»r 

Huntley & Palmer's Salt Crisps, per tin . .■..-. 3.V- 

Large Cucumbers, each ■ ■ • H'C 

Calgary Hungarian Flour, sack . . , . .....:... .$1.75 

Large Tested Eggs, do? • • • '»0<- 

Imported French Peas, 2 tins • . • 2.»c 

H. 0. KIRKHAM, GROCER 

Corner Fort and Douglas Streets Phone 178 



UE- 

lai local impro\ cnnii; scheme 

irg< gang !n mis Wiiay laving iln 

ncrete .foundation for ih^ block 
I ■ , ■ , >• ig jgcf|jr_ajL one block I 

D laid the work of laying the cre- 
ed — Hock? will be started. 
The engii > ■ -. 3 to ia 1 lie on- 
to 
>guard sti ,. ■ ■ «itiiin twd 

iii"tith.s. 

Portland Miner at Tranqoille 
I 'CI i °ld, tti g, orig i nal di^s ctiyerer ' 

t'aual. niininjr citnp ai 
Stevi art*' B, I '.. « ho aold ouri ins in- ' 
sis i<< Ma<k"iuic ami Mann, la 
• the sfinitoiHimi. at Tranquillv a i 
vnt.iii of the v ti.-hr' 

worked ai Tr.r'.n twenty-1 

thia 
climate • tv* ageni for trou- 

K aft he has bfftien unfovt 
lUcted with. 



'I'invi P'rldsrj-: 

Vifi 1 .4 -:r| \ ;,-, nil ■ 

■ 1 ■ fair 1. ■ 

a ' 1 .1 • 1 .liBriRe in 



G. A. Richardson k Co. 



chl ' I ' 

- rda 
mpera 1 01 r . 
Lower Mainland:. Lig ht] ' t « mod 

1- fall '"uiriav and Saturday with 

not much chanR. in • riper* 
Tltl'USI'AY. 



Victoria House' 



636 Yates St. 



Higheai • • ■ 

UowejsC ■ 

M.-an . . . . : 

ie, 11 hour? 



1 i 



Owns Big Caril-.oo Ranch. 



It) ia Cap- 
tain Watson, of Carihoo, \\ ljo uw as 
of tin- 'largest rancbea In h that 
•('apiaia Watson has Just ' 
tulrcd a tract oi a- - in the 
vidian distiict, and intends sett!- : 
; iii^j on toe island. Ii inch in the i 

district nprises lf>,000 -acres 

and is know mnd ranch. 

On dlBposTng of it he wiil invest the 

is in . \ ancouver Island prop- j 
arty.' 



THE 



MIKADO 
BAZAAR 




Japanese Fancy 
Goods 

Special sale for Bamboo Blind. 
SxS. J1.26. and 6x7 75c. 

1404 Gov't St Cor. Johnson 



- 

Publicity Resolutions 
"3 d. m from. .the local branch 

lot the Vanoouver tsland Development I 
a.".'. wait upon the -Beth Thom- 

as T-\ lor, mlni.-ter of ■ pti'hliv. works,' 
within the next few days and pres- ! 
lent to him a number of. resolutions; 
recent, \ passed at the annual meet* ( 
ing of the league held in Albe'rni. The' 
(resolutions deal with land clearing, 
> roads and trails and ihe government i 
decision to establish a provincial park [ 
! In the Butties lake district. 



1'ho Purest Always Clean 
T h e Safest No Dusty. Can s 



BOTTLED MILK 



JAS. LEIGH & SONS 

llimh'r I Wholesale and 

. ;, _4- Retail 

M 'l |s Lumber 

Foot of Lath 

Turner Street Shingles 

Victoria, B.C. j Bill Stuff 

and manufacturers of all kinds of 
Bash. Factory and Planing M.HI 
Goods. 



' From the ~' 

Victoria Creamery & 
MilK Supply Co. 

•; Dealers in 

Finest Ice - Cream, Cream, 
Milk, llultcrmi.lk and I'.uttcr 

Phone 1344 



I-. Rev. W. B. Hinson to Preach 

Next Sunday morning at thf- l-'irst 

.tist church the Hi^\ W. B. Hinson. 

D. D. will hold the pulpit in The m 1 

; ins;, and will speak in the New CrAnd 

theatre in the afternoon anr: evening. 

I'lie Rev. Mr. Hinson Ts in the pit) "i 

•iiH-ctiiiH with the Christian 1-:n- 

[deavor as.«,i<aatjon w'hich is holding Its 

sessions in the St. Andrew's Presby- 

t ' * r ia» — church. ' H e- wil l — a l«o spen k n t- 



the session 

\ o'clock. 



this afternoon at 4. IS 



Latest Importations From China 

parties' and ufnn mik underuear.I 
► oft. warm, miat and llajlit; (tenti py- 
jamas In beautiful Stripped Bilk, Th» 
newest styles of beautiful embroidered 
»llk klmona.s. Nothing mora beautitui 
Th« lovelleHl ailk embroidered] dovllaa 
»ver shown. 

QtJONO MAN rtTNQ ft CO. 
P. O. Box 98. 1715 Government 31. 



-The Jar of Quality 




DO YOU KNOW 

That OUT ice cream is made 
from 

Pure Cream, Only? 

That invalids find it very 
flourishing. Try it at our 
fountain or have it sent to 
your home. 

We pride ourselves on our 

cakes, chocolates ami i 

We know the high qnal- 
it\ of our produce. • 

CLAY'S 

Tel. ioi 619 Fort. Street 



Accepts Toronto Call 
R<m\ Christopher Burnett, late pas- 
tor of the First B butch of fchle 
( it\, has rpi ei\ed a unanimous call to 
• ptist church. Parliament - 

Toronto, and ha* decider! to commence- 
work there forthwith. Pariament street 
is a down town church, situated in u 
larjge «-orklng class district and pr- 
afnta the ihsttai dffftculttes expei 

enced l>>- down town churches, hut. the 
leaders-of the denomination bollpve thar 
the Rev. Mr. Burnett is just the man 
to cope with such difficulties and that 
he will do good work in a city like 
Toronto. 



For the 
Bride's 

New 
Home 



A piece of our elegant Cut 

Glass would make a most 
appropriate ojft. See out 
fine display. We would es^ 
pecially like to show yon our 
immense and 



Magnificent 

Punch Bowl 

I ! undi-cds of 1 dher hints, too, 
priced from $100 to 50c. Cake 
Dishes. BfOO.n trays. P.on- 
Bohs, Candh -ticks. Fern. 
Dishes, Ice Crc,am Dishes, 

Rose 'Fruit'' Set-. 

Water ' Sets, Claret JugS, 
Salt. Cellars, etc. ■ 



W. H. Wilkerson 



"The X e weler , 

gi 5 GOVERNMENT ST. 

Tel. .1606 



Display - 
Extraordinary 



Almost New 



Motor Car Bargain 



' \ Model 10. l-cyliudcr ' Buick— A^romolnlc. carries foai 

. is eoiu.)iieie with topi i.*.l'a>s front, full set of head, 

rjth other ^i nL. 



OF 



OFFICE ; 
FURNITURE 

AT 

BAXTER & JOHNSON 



This car has not ran over 2.000 miles. ( I ^.400.00. 
( h\ner will lake Si .000.00 for it. Is in .\i shape 



THOS, PLIMLEY zi 

1 1 10 Government St. opposite spencers Victoria, B. C. 



COMPANY. LTD. 



721 Yates St. Phone 730 



FOR 
SALE 

SOME GOOD TRACTS 

O F CROWN GRANT 

AND.tlCEN 

TIMBER 

WELL SITUATED 

Fort George 



~^ Y.M. C. A. 

Temporary Quarters, 1209 Blanchard St. 

■ N EXT TO NEW BUILDING UNDER CONSTRUCTION 

Reading' and Ga'me> Rooms— Hot. and Cold Shower "Baths- 
Men's and Boy's Summer Camps— Summer Membership 

50c per month 



♦ 1 



IF YOU WANT A GOOD HOME 

At a low figure/ and on easy terms pee new six-ronm house, situated on 
.Davie street, .near l ; Vut street. Concrete foundation, doubl.e floor and 
walls; 0.1k mantel, cellar floored; modern conveniences, etc. 

MOORE & WHITTINGTON. 865 Yates St. 

l.umher dealers and manufacturers . " 



»mm Limlxi, Bask. Ooora, a.nd a01 JU*4a at SaUOlug ICatarlal. ge to 

The Taylor Mill Co. 



aUmltad Liability. 



Mill. Offtce and TarOa: 8118 Governroant St.. P. O. Box «21. Telephone 5 



M 



Dairy Judge Returna 
Mr. K. .1. Ilishop of Messrs. Bishop 
& t'lark, who' lias recently been ap- 
! pointed hy the provincial government 
as one 01 the judges ,in conni 
with the British Columbia "dairy 
; farm competition, has Just returned 
from a trip up the Island where tie 
•een engaged In Judging the vari- 
ous dairy displays. Mr. Bishop leaves 
for Vancouver on Monday to 

British Columbia dairymen's 
meeting and will then proceed through 
the interior of British Columbia 
he will continue In the judginsc of 
numerous displays entered for the 
competition Mr. Bishop expects to "be 
away about three weeks. 



FOR YOUR FOWLS 

,,!■'.■■ • '. . -- ==r- 

Somclhing new arid .from 
a good recipe— in fact , a 
guaranteed recipe. Our 

Dry Hopper Food 

Ask your neighbor about 
it. He has heard of it if 
yOu have not. 



Bannerman & Home 

Broad and Johnson 
I ■ the 4*7 



. I can offer some 

I acreage, about 5}^ miles 

1 southwest of the tb\vnsitc. r* 

t Field notes may be seen f 

I on application. t 

* Price $8 per acre . I 

I Subject to prior sale 1 



' Another Shipment of 

Centaur Wheels 

Have Just Arrived . 



Ernest Brammer I 

T .- 

j i Tel. 2095 

♦ Office 644 Fort Street 

* ♦ 



vT- 



Harris & Smith 

1220 Broad Street 
'Phone L183 



trts 






as 
50 



>IT9 ...... ?2.00 

For Sale by All Leading 
Grocers 



Your Eyes 

Are 
Precious 



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in Alapl r 'ft- 

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1 ' ' ' "■ 

ga mated 1)< 



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J. H. LePAGE 

ETKSIOHT SrECIAI.IST 

P.O. Box 225 
Government St. Victoria 



Law Students' Protest 

The local lav students' leosciation 
in conjunction with tlie Vancouver 
will consider the -niestion "of 
petitioning the a t,lorne\ -jreneral to 
rescind the regulation forbidding them 
entrance to. the archives o,t the land 
registry offices. The law students were 

:•...(■■ 

which excluded rt ■ s from 

rnlaking searches, but wcie closed out 

by a later order. The Attorney -general 's 

department took the stand that Jaw 

tits were aq riumerOua in Van* 

•r and' Victoria that their pres- 
ence in numbers In the lahd 
Office interfered wli; : ■'flcials in 

the- performance Of their duties. The 
.students and man) of the laty Arms, 
on tli. hand, hoid^ thai t hi- 
ire quite - luallfled tis-'d 
hing,; which, must otherWiae , take 
• ie more .valuable time of the full - 
iwyi 



S. S. Iroquois is withdrawn from 
tie route until further notice 



New supply of funeral .numbers of 
the Sphere, Illustrated London News 
and Graphic, Just received by the Vic- 
toria Book and Stationery Co. Ltd. 
These are all out Of print in Englanu 
now. ; " 



Excursions among the Gulf islands 
\\ ertrie S .-!n> s , n'n.i Sa*turdays. Now is 
! the time to see theae h e'aiitlftil Islands. 
The noveltj of this trip cannot be ex- 
celled In any part , of the world. 'Take 
V, St : S train connecting' with the 
amer at Sidney. For further In- 
formation telephone 611. * 



S. S. Ti withdrawn ..from 

Seattle route until further notice. • 



Take a trip around the Sound li\ 
steamer- Of 1 - S, Co., .sailing 

Weekl: ■ ■ • „ ^ •' ,t<, .■ Phone 



Quality and 
Distinctiveness 



.Are the two feature- which 
make this Studio the favorite . 
jilace for all 'discerning 
people- Noj alone do 

^et the beat class oi work., 
but \\c make a specialit\ 61 
- children' s ph <&o ■- . 



— VHE-^ 

Geo. HJ Larrigan 

SWDIO 

1230 Opvernmcnt St. 
l J ne>ne~2303 , Res, Ph 




To' Contractors 

and Builders 

JOISTS 

We have in stock the following 
Scotch steel Jolsta: 

15x5x42. 

12x5x32. 
6x3x11. 

Immediate delivery or shipment 
as desired. 



Victoria iYlachlrrery Oepot 



OUR PLUMBING WORK RESTS 

on a -thorough knowledge of the 
..ml Upon OUT rule tr> d0 our. best with 
oi.l' v w c yndertaRe. 

WHEN WE ESTIMATE. 

,, n tin 'nglrig your Old batft> 

tndaOme, sanitary one. 

II be sui ! " And. that 'outT 

ftgurea will noi exceed those of any; 
though, our work^ is admittedly 



The Colbert Plumbing & 
Heating Co., Ltd. 



T55 Broughton Street 



Phone 553 



Vocalist An Easy Mark. 

of the members of ch* W-aah- 

tngtOl now appearing nt the 

- -\ eri-biTn-^ 

■ " r ■ . ttfrday, 

wheti rs hande d gold brlcki'" 

Ahhougli it isa Vfllkiuuiii rnct that 

iber vs as badly stung, 
jet any >ic- 

... 
this onrnnl/.a'f ion ffPern to 
gether off the stage as well 

.re on It. This H nol usually the 

I ,-,... 

B rn: has 

he Is 
only 1. 



Hosiery Bargains — LaHi'e^ . 

hmere. col I o n of lisle hose, 

C lored la. Keg-' 

• uiai pri lal price 
!•' . ': ..■■ a lW if n 11 ir' t ' agH 

>.u .• reel. * 



1 ■<■ v lalgamated D 

... S lM, tlW Ml i- \1c 

1 irii M8 H tstlngs Sii ! ■■' R ■ '. 



in n 
■ 1 g hi« 1 ■ in 1 hosi 

■ ; 1 ra of 

turnlne their atte 
will d ra w 

,- the id 
Of 'the ... , ineol 

)>>• such lenders- Of the m .. ir|<et 

ba nkei 1 r^prea 

I . iggj . n-a a her proiv 

. -. ;. 1 ,>■'■«< hit ire oi ' 

Ing foi imusemea! • 



Smoke the 



Stiver Tip 

i q a r 

Made of c! mi filler 

its the best cigar en irket. 



Office and Factory. 
1046 MASON STREET. 



Advertise in THL COLONIST 



The Kmpire Typewriter v Is the 
pest and" best machine of th- 
Victoi .^ Stationery Co., Limit- 

ed, agevnts. * 

V "— ■■■ ~* i 

Thousand Islands. Sunday 

the S. S. U-o.|iinis will make one of: 
thosi htful trips among the OuM 

- . ng on.- hour 

: returning." l 

i r 

.; their ■ i ' !hch urn 

tlie trees. Take V. .<• S, train leaving 
vj, . Refreshments snd 

mus board. , P*or turthei otoi 



m::.. ■ thi 

i i ■ elopme.n'l tuated 

11 

: 1. 

— — ; — —♦ — ; 

-1 '-el Kang.-s and 
(teating t Clai fce .t-. Pea rson 1 

t.113 Wharf Street. near Juhsi-'i, 
street. V tctoria. " I 



Smoke has no 
effect upon 
Malthoid Roofing 

Sulphur fumea around smelting 
piants, rt'. up a metal root in 
short order, and very few other 
materials can withstand the at-, 
tack. Malthoid Roofing doca 
the business. Engineers and 
■ owners of property in districts 
affected by these fumes will save 
money by looking carefully into 
the merits of Malthoid. Write 

for 6P" ' '- -o'.-lct. , 

• R. ANGUS ' 



A { 1 1 c f 



Wharf St., Victoria 




SILKS! 

J'oDL" 

lap .'i : '' ' ' 

shown and 1 pri 
eri 

Lee Dye & Co. 

Nex1 to T'we Hall 
Cormoraai Bt aad ~' v " Port Sf- 



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""FpTdi'y, August 12. T9ttT 



VICTORIA DAILY COJ^NIS? 













*-wm 



This beautiful 
pitable hostesses. 



Mulled Wine 

As a "Night Cap" 



Goes good on a chilly evening 
and prevents many a severe 
illness. Old folks especially 
need something of this kind 
and* they should have it to in- 
duce sound, refreshing sleep 

OUR FINE OLD 
PORTS, SHERRIES, 
CLARETS, ETC, ARE 
PLEASING MANY 
^FAMILIES IN VICTO- 
RIA 
long hecn renowned for its hos- 



POSTAL CAS£ ADJOURNED 

Local Ifrirm Charged with Infraction of 
Regulation Prohibiting Freight- 
Letters for Mail 



houbtless- you like to have something 
but uninvited glXCStJ 



m 




the house for the wdcmie, 

s PLEASED^ TO HAVE YOU TELEPHONE -YOUR 

ORDER 



CAPITAL GUY WINE CO. 



Tgyif 



1327 Douglas Street 



Cor. 'Johnson 



mg 



Acting -Magistrate Y. J. Prior re- 
served judgment yesterday in the case 
at the post Office department against 
Baxter it- Johnston, Vales street, on a 
Charge Of ftSTTng broken one of the 
posipffioe regulations by freighting 
letters to provincial points thereby 
saving one cent a letter In postage... 
"in all |i,iOJJ letter- circulars were 
malted on which one-cent postage ssas 
paid 'The penalty On each, in case of 
conviction, is $lhi, 80 tluit the firm if 
Convicted is liable for B penalty In 
all Of jfi08;000. The loiters in pack- 

Lagaa were consigned to agents of the 
1 Licensed Vint ler's Association at dif- 
ferent provincial points and were sent 
via the Dominion Express by the de- 
fendants actios for the Association 
and under contract to tliem. ^ 

The case «'h be continued today; 

The circulars involved were s.'iit 0U1 
by the Licensed Vintner's Association 
4uring the recent local option cam- 
paign. The regulation which it is 
eharne.l was bruke.11. only came into 
I, r, 1 jj f. w months before. 



WOULD ORGANIZE - 

WESTERN MOTORISTS 



Grand. Such a Sensational act has 
not been witnessed with so much en- 
thusiasm as is nightly being given, by 

the Kassios: ~< ■ — <• 

Other attractions that Mr. Jamleson 
has tills week are Free Setter's Four, 
a quartette of-slngers, William and 
Weston, the amusing German come- 
ilians, Boll and Richards with an Im- 
mense musical act, anil Grey and Pet- 
ers in extremely clever and interest- 
ing bicycle feats. There are also 
the song and pictures. 

/ Majestic Theatre 
A light but refreshing entertainment 
|s provided bv the now hill today and 
Saturday. The principal feature Is 
entitled "What the Daisies Told" to 
two voung girls in June time.. The 
athor character happened to be a 

gypsy who was both handsome and 
clever, hut never serious. The result 
was an irate parent's Interference and 
a gypsy In full flight pursued by the 
farm hands; The methods of his 

I scape by hiding lit an apple barrel 

was both original and skilfully per- 
formed, •'The Mill Tragedy" is a 



Movement in Seattle Looking to the 
Formation of a Body to Include 
Automobile Clubs of Northwest 





TODAY, ONLY 




Silk 

Kimona 
Special 



We have just 30 of these in 
light and' dark shade-. 

Originally marked to sell at 

\$I2, but for today they 

go For 

$6.50 

These are handsomely em- 
broidered, and are a neces- 
sity for comfortable ' sivm- 
,mer 'travelling. ' .. -■■■ , • . 




nr-ireftng" rhTTt-AVn^rrrn nrttorto* 
not reaj 1 he b< < • I U thai th< should 
from men the * x v a ,! ul 
A c a 1 ou v I 01 active 

. r of the A'! 1 lie Club of Se- 
attle- an. I well kno- 1 itomobtn 
olrclea. has. Issued a call for a meeting 
1 , be held In Seattle. bet *.' for 
t l,e p U ] cussing, the formation 
of a Western Automobile associ 

Kach of th« clubs tn the 

alifornla. SOT 
.lumliia, will be Invited 
to send from two to tiVl 
the convention. 

ility of Q 
such . on has I 

for a ion . .1 rhr 1 id has 

-every whei- IB ' ; ' among 

mubtte enttma • onbor t sieeins 

: fitting date far the con 

uL Utat tiD ■ >rtland, Ore., and \ an 

e.ouvri !' .' club*~ivi< ' |t« of 

He club .of Bt 
plans are beta) entertain- 

ment or all vi.-ltors, both club members 
and delegates. The out-of-town motor- 
ists wnll be baie Irives will he 
Incipal boulevard 
will- be a monster automoblli 
sde The convention ■ • will us- 
..p. at the Hotel Washington Ann. 
V . attending this meeting will 
be asked to bring with them 

Bt 0*. thi I '!' *'' l! "' 

clubs which the 

v., ung repi ■ 1 may "■' "" 

Mr. FYetweJU, wjho Is working hai 
the pe 'he proposed W"< 

the deh 
themselves In session should dechb 
all rules for I rnilent of the 

and In the anftme wilt pnly make sug- 

a,s which ni.iy be submitti 
consideration of the club represents 
Prominent motorists when appr> 
on thl ■ '. have v&iced their h 

and promised their co-operat- 
ion. , , ■ 
. While it is not expected to have the 
11 full working order this 
1 by next year to have 
ttvely working ami to 
l i;lV f> man inducements to hold 
Otlt 1 -live members; 



apt to drift into organisations of a 
harmful nature. 

Miss G. Warner, of Vancouver, dealt 
with the "Place of Missions In Junior 
Work." The place of the Junior work 
was to build up a Christian character 
in the child and to train it for faith- 
ful Christian service. In this mission 
work was essential, as one could not 
have a true Interest in mankind with- 
out being interested IB mlSBtrnnr and 
their work. The speaker urged for 
closer relationship between the junior 
work and missions, and, that those in 
charge of the former should keep in 
touch with the latter. Study and 
work should he related, and the sup- 
erintendvnt of junior work should 
take a zealous interest In promoting 
systematic giving among children. 

In dealing with the "Relation of 
Sunday School Work lo < 'hristian Fn- 
dSBaVOr," Rev. 1. IV, Williamson, \'*in- 
poittted put that Christian En- 
means more to the . t eacher 
than any other side of religious work. 
There were many fields besides that 
Of teaching In Sunday school work, an 
instance being assisting at the prim- 
ary classes, preset \ ing discipline, 
home department visiting and BO forth, 
Mr. Williamson laid stress on the ne- 
cessity of co mmencing with the buys 
and girls in Christian BnTJeavoTworir; 

pointing out that the average, ago at 
which a child can be. recognized as a 
Christian is fifteen, and that the value 
of early training leaves a lasting im- 

thla press on the character. . 
"The 1 j\|,. Williamson's address was a 
Salt Industry' 1 Is a*i Interesting edu- brief one, a severe odd preventing 
o. iioiinl feature showing the produc- i,| m Irom elaborating his remarks, hip 
Uon'of salt in some parts of Cram e. , his indisposition .lid not prev.-nt him 
'A Tale ,.f Two Coat»" and "l-:.pia! p. |,-,,, n giving a or. Interesting talk 
an Emergency" are two tattling good; on the subject he had chosen, and one 



deavor,' 

11111*1-, 
dca'or 




French drama, which keeps the spec- 
tators engrossed for I he entire action. 

it is a story of a prfjtfa peasant gin 
Who discards her bucolic admirer for 
., handsome officer, who is .billeted on 
tin- farm.' The rejected lover resents 
the interloper, and attacks him while 
in company with the girl. The soldier 
pursues him and le- me. ts his end in 
the milhlam. The Bettings of 
BtOfJ me highl\ pictures, pi. 



Carborundum 




Knife Sharpeners ... 
Oil Stones, $l..!. r > to 
Ship Stonea, 40c. 'Sue 
Combination, Jl.^5 ... 

Axe Stonet, 

Machinists 

Pocket Hones 



anrr 



..25c 
..60c 
,.30e 
.$1.00 

. .35c 

..35c 

.15c 



DRAKE HARDWARE CO. 

60S Yates Street a Cor. Government Street 




You Throw 
? No 




comics which provoke lots of fun. 



NECESSITY OF 
KEEPING SABBATH 



Work of Lord's Day Alliance 
. Eulogized at Christian En- 
deavor Convention — Matty 
Excellent Addresses 



••If a tuition shall reach the, 1 
of supi in competition with the 

other nations of the world, it is im- 
that she should respect the 
Sabbath I 'a - 

So remarked the Bev. T- Albert 

Moore, genaral secretary of the Lord's 

in the course of U stir- 

Which he-dtilicered in the 

St Andrew's Presbyterian church last 

evening ' ■ .1 'large congreg 

hrtstlan Bhideavorers, there as- 
Bembl orinection with the four- 

teenth annual convention of the. as- 
sociation ; the of Rritish 
oh la. 
'It is n'ot only the secretaries of the 
Lord's .-.- -ml the ministers 
of thi I who ad this, it is 
men of all the nations — they 
sotm impression of their 
ns on .this .iucL-Lion" continued 
Moore. •" '.' . j 
"Withcnit exceptldn 
Of the 1'nited States from Washington 
down to Hoos.velt endorsed the Lord's 
Day' laws, and the same is the case 
jreal men ..f Canad 
tmn of Britain; her states- 
men, and authors." ~ 

The sneaker theni quoted from the 



works of Macauia-y to bear out his 
nent and then brought forward 
de In the I I ".I 
commons at Ottawa the 'session be- 
fore last when the Lord's Kay Act was 
hlefly the utterances of the 



which was greatly appreciated by thei 
delegates. 

The p resident . H.-v. Sermon A.I 
('arson, Introduced .Mr. Andrews, a 
Victoria delegate, w ho spoke on the ! 
Boy Scout movement. Mr. Andrews 
gave- a brief sket«di of fhe"~hlstoi 
the movement. The idea first came 
to sir Robert Baden.- Ptrw eii_ a| pj 1 
sent a visitor in the city, the 

1. ing, when he returned to Eng- 
land after. the Boer B ir. -hr—rrrs - de- 
■ n Mafeking thi had ' 

found considerable _d3 in g«t- 

ting the sick and wounded cared for, 
and had reliev ed the Bltuation by or- 
ganizing a cadet corps, which proved 
to -be most successful. When he 
reached England Sir Baden-Pow .11 
was struck with thi I • t thai B large 
proportion of the country's youtl 
being led away by had intluences, and 
counteractive to these haftuenees, 
1 . in eived the movement which has 
I with such rapidity throughout 
the Empire. Mr. Andrews very «jn • r- 
talningly dealt with the work of- t h fr 
ts and tl • 9 and movements. 

An effort Is being made on the 
of some members of the convention 
towards having Sir Baden-Powell at- 
ti ml th. ion during. MS. visit 

to the 1 i|., when the proposal to unite 
t movement with the Chris- 
tian Endeavor organization will be 
brought up. 

Afternoon Session 

"The great American menace to the 

is the divorce evil. About one 

home in every twelve in the Pnited 

v of America Is rejiorted to be 

ycd by the easy divorce system 

of 1 hat country. , This, evil goes band 

in hand with the modern 'apartment 

life, hostel life, theatre life, and much 

traveling. This unreal life affords, the 

opportunity for the temptations that 

beset the Idle wife . and mother. The 

suicide, 'h, homicide and the divorce 

evil walk hand in hand." In a stirring 

address at the afternoon sesson of the 

enee. Rev. S. J. Thompson made 

a vigorous attack on the modern Idea 

o f h o m e 1 Itfc. li e di s parag e d t h e a 1 




Then-buv what vou need in the Grocery T.ine from 




Th,- Grocery Firm that has made it its business to SAVE 
\ ( i! ' W<- iNEY. Nothing like convincing acts. Try an order 



We have secured another lot of SCHRAM FRUIT JARS. 
Note the Price: „' ■ 

6.><" 

00< 

$1.10 



it is entitle: ,: r slr Wilfrid Laurier and Mr 

The Kid em . L Borden who unhesitatingly gave 



010 Cormorant streef 



Opposite E. & N. Depot 



Red Jacket 




"So Easy to Fix 



n 



Force and Lift 
Pumps 



The Hickman Tye Hard- 
ware Company, Limited 



■ ..'**• , Romano Theatre. 

Some pictures of exceptional merit 
will be shown at the above theatre to- 
dav and tomorrow. The headliner of 
this line show is a Western drama of | 

I merit. 
Fern and the Ki'd. 

■rn saloon in time t ( . jr guppbrj to the bill.' The bill which 

from forcing a drink upon kooU| 8 ROW | aw in Canada le Moore said 

.Fern. She enters to sell her bead msldered one of the best which 

and. Andy thousrht it would be nt any legislature 

huge Joke to compe her to drink the, )n ihl / , KI , iil{ To this Wrot* 

,rabie liquor. The KldBoves her ^ „ t to 

the latterorhls wish 1 to. ,^ p k « hf ( [ t h '« ! " t .. ,,,tal abste, rota work In 

Kl^n«er?Ws*horse anJ I saddle fo .pinion -of the speaker, wa 

^ed Ferm Kt'SSTn 'no' e^SJgh.'a ^tap 

the chief wants two ho, 'V' ,,k ' V ^ ,v?v n U m 

• ■ Kid bids good-bye ^absolutely impossible lor any nation 

K.-rn and gives' her his hand- >b> her place among the other 



nations ,,f the world. The great na- 

which now hold the chief power 

.-.world today, are all nations 

which hav risen to that position 

through a respect of that law. 

l>r. Moore gat e al int of the 

■ .:'is in the Old 

iienl tlxrough their non-ohsvrv- 

law, and prophesied that 





HARRISON HOT 
SPRINGS, B.C. 

The most noted summer rnnnrt 
in the Pacific Northwest 

A PLACE FOR THE 
CONVALESCENT 

Situated only 70 miles from the 

Coast amid unsurpassed 

ery. Write for deswrtptive'book- 

let, and rates 

St. Alice Hotel 

Harrison Hot Springs, B.C. 



A reward of $1 ■'• has 'o>''^ offei ■ 
the s. ,i!|> "' s large pahthei 
has hen lurking In thi ■ 6 
the Biologii ii Btation it '*• arture 
Baj tt's tin- 1 • ountj and 

-, ou get It when you , luce 1 

ror the inspection of th* Bjovaraaaant 
.agent, 



-THE— 

Latest Song 
Successes 

tf yi ui arc I< »< iking i 1 »r the 
t aong success ol the, 
you will find this 
\\ e 
pleased to hat 

an.T allow us '.•■ play th&m 
1 .\ . 1 ■ ■ 0. II ere are a 

• rv 1 ii t lc -M' ivement — 



1 



me Jt" 
* ternooi 
— 5to*HlXamc Back. 
I'm Awfully ('dad 
Irish. 



You're 



Fletcher Bros. 

Deal , 1 o .\ '1 tri 



to 

to 

def as a'keepsake. Cove, and the 
the Kid's squaw, be- 
ing uppermost" in her mind, she 

money from the - • ml. when de- 

. ted by the proprietor, she wounds 
hitn, and makes off, dropping, ho' 

the Kid's handkerchief. She runs to 
bird and gives him the- d pur- 

chase "her with, lie puts it awaj and 

ut that minute the sheriff arrives, to the same would be the ease with the 
e Kid, having found his hand- 1 nations "f the 1 ' **y whoper- 

Bed Fern It em off andtsist in disregarding it; The mechan- 

the K- pes.'- Af the end of ion;; ; ism of the human body requires this 

,h,,- him and are aboul v.ek to wind Up a gain a s it 

1 him when -ft- ki the requisite rep 

and explain thing. They .. 

with tie and all 

! made happy. The picture which takes 

Ond phV \ er\ line picture of 

USUI, the educated inonUo , 
on board an Atlantic liner when he 
IS mi his way With bis trainer from 

j England, A notable tact Worth know? 
ing about this monkey Is thi I 
term!) ting an 1 enl at the 

1 1 theatre, in A'unvouver, two 

taking him 

It In a C P. K. box . :>r-, they fo und 

j him dead. ; having , sm d. i roni 

ml Of air. His owner lost a good 

.1 through losing him, as in- 
of the finest trained monkeys evei 

, 1 audience. There will also' be 
I shown tern 

titled. Th lao a 

id' Imp ; 

al ^.tan 

1he medll nlle tTj 

and the I ntra 

ill furnish the music for | 

ludlng some of the latest Se- 



Pantages Amateur Contest 



t., the human system for the continu- 
ation of its wink during the coming 

Without it it Is Impossible 
the body to keep up the standard mid, 

l,, r this reason the standard must 

Pen what we reqti • 

tp-building of a great nation in 

this northern hemisphere and it Is 

Ohlj by the observance 6t the DlVtfie 

latvs- ■- ■ ■ ■ >-., ,-ty f . 

vrhlch we require. . 

Following the address of the Rev. A. 

the Rev, w, 11. c. Temple of 

, n able discourse on "The 

ng Spirit of Christ." 

Great enthusiasm Is being evinVed 

on the part of, those,, ait ending in ses-. 

I ; the number 

.nd everyone With* 

ti.u'.'.' , . 'w(il.' ,| "'"t' res.;rve 1- this 

t ,, ,'.',' 1, ention Wh ■•u* will be 

written, down as the most successful 

whTch has ever taken 'place. In this 

province. The meetings are ..pen and 

the .'ii public is cordially in\ Ited. 

Morning Session 



w, k. [ii u . 01 Vancouvi 1 



l ■ 



>f fun at 1 ilghti |, meeting or I sibili- 



for • 

W- 

7:.. copyrighl novr-is irt 26c eacR 

, ,v,. 1,,, } I 00 J .cioisa Bftfli & Sta 



W"anl ed iuplls foi embr iMerj . Work 

[_ kind Stri 1. I "i.nulio, 8;";1 

Brqughton Street.. " 



with the ' 

a the 
- 
ville arid moving pictures. 
the pi aal vaudi 

ipHi i > Millers, 

..I the 
1 
TOfligtll a«d torn .!',.. Qlghl ; 

, ' '. I ' 

■ . I 

idded ■ 

i ,, b*«4 tge - eek. 

New Grand Theatre. 

T - ■> ;-- '•!■ ' held 

• 1 e igth, and 

walk .1"" n the Otl Ii tO ''"''I I 

i , ■■ Mti his head poll to j . . • 1 i . are two 

of the man I hj the 

elder Basal©, of ;..■ i' uwiq mo at the 



went house system which is gaining 
so much favor all over the American 
continent, as productive of much of 
the evil and as being one of the chief 
causes of the present condition of 
home life, principally in the United 
-• t •-, but which is also In an lncipi- 
-itate In this Dominion. 
The life of the nation depends on 
the life of the home. As the home life 
Is so, is the life of the nation, and r;t- 
tiotial life demands the home. The pur- 
pose, of the home^ Is many-fold; the 
trailing of young life, educational. 
giving the first Impressions of Chris- 
tian ilfe and the j>n parat lon for the 
relations which the Child must meet 
In. later life. What the na tion Will be 
in the future depends" upon" what the 
home Is today. The object of the par- 
ents In 'conducting -the 'home should he 
to lill it with love, barring partiality, 
harshness, , over-indulgence, severity 
and fault-finding. 

Following the address of the Rev. S. 

.1. Th-mipson," Dr. Pidgeon, of Vuncou- 

\ir. took up the lirst topic under, the 

of "True Deyelop-mi nurch 

Life." Tins topic 'was treated under 

two heads, Dr. Pidgeon taking up, "The. 

Of BJvangetism," I>r. H. Francis 

treating of "The Kvatigelism We 

The former, speaker brou ght out the 
ingelisin'is the type of 
Christian work which leads men up- 
ward in t.he right direction. The foun-. 
dation of this work Is » laid in the 

pie's Societies, and the 
fort on the part of all these should 
he to tiring men into the church. There 
are tWO types of evangelism. first, 
young people are brought up In Chris- 
In. ;nes and without knowing 
it are Christian and do not have 
to confess It. , Secondly, there 
.. ho are openly un- 
godly, and t.. .-. eu such men and br ing 
them back to the church ami Christian 

lite and lead them t" 

oeptance oi the Christian life is the 

great work. It is possible for us to 
lead them to live. rasped -an-d 

tl,,- power which is w ■< do this 

is simply .the po wer to overcome 

Ion. ■ — -^~ rr: ~^ — T ~ i ~ 

"Evangelism is the cutting edge of 

hurch." So Dr.'H. i Parry 

opened' hliraudrm* on. ' "The B^van- 

gellSnl We Need." The age, the speak- 

,id. was. groping to ward , th e light 

and truth, DUt behind I he truth 
must be a living The proper 

time to Win the person for th- 
an. 1 the Christian life is when Ire Ts 

Voting. 

"Shall • 111 itui-eh :-.•<;, : 

w the standard of 



Pints, per dozen 

Quirts, per dozen \ .' • • • • 

Half «;allbns> per dozen ." 

[M)i';i ; i;\i)K\T CREAMER? hitter, 

3 lbs. for • • ,•••••-•• 

SUPERFINE T(>!U-:'r s< >.\r 9 cakes for ...... 

_L'lR\l'"l.l/S PURE MAtT VINEGAR, quart hottlc..l5< 
.()(,1L\'1I''S FA&fQUS ROLLED OATS, 8-lb, sack.... 35^ 

CALOARY RISING :SW B R ' ■ v ' ' ''" ' '' ' l " R ' per sack ^ 1 * 75 

t"\X \h\ MUST CREAM, large 20-oz. can 

CAUFQRNJ \ sri.TAXA RAISINS, per packet 

1C.!,!»V; QRTTE S\l-C'i-;, 2 bnltlcs for .., 

I , ,c.\i. PLUMS, large basket •• ••• 

OOoKlNf. ATFLES, 6 lbs, for- 

i; i.< >C \1. I'KAIvS. 6 1I-. !"i-... ; .. 

Pedlars of cheap baking powder have no authority for taking 

Orders ...i_njour, name 



$1.00 
. 25r 



lO^ 4 

25f 

25^ 
25^ 



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Corner Fort and Broad Streets 
Phones 04 and..?. Q&&* Delivery, phones $t\ and <>;. 




THE MAILS 



Vancouver and Eastern Canada 
Close daily at .1.46 p. m ' and U p. tt 
Due dally 2,45 P- m - and 7 p ' m ' 
United Kingdom 

Close Tuesday, Thursday and Frl- 
day U Py.ni.; parcel post * riday. 6 

- B T5u"e Monday and Tuesday 1 p. m.; 
Wednesday 7. P- m - 

China and Japan 

Close July liL-16, A*. 27. Aug. 1. 

Due July 14, 16. 19. 21. 28. Aug. 1. 

Australia and New Zealand 

Close July 13. 15, 25. 
^Due July 26, 27. 29. 

Honolulu 
Close July 15. 16, 22, Aug. 5. 
Due July 19,' 27, 29. Aug. 1. 
France via Halifax 
, close July 10; 23, 30. 
Dawaon, Atlin, White Horse, Etc. 
Close on Saturday at 1.45 p. in. 

Due, unc ertain; 

Stewart 
Close Wednesday at 11 p. m.; due on 
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Prince Rupert, Port Simpson, Port 
Essiriflton, Etc 




.Close Tuesday, Thutada y and Satur« j 

day. 1.45 p- ">• 

Duo Monday, Wednesday and Fri- 




day. 



if junior work In British Colum- 
bia," urgiii 

j Ing Jun 

Bndi >■■ so-* 

in the' province. The aim of the' 

■ .. was to b. | he work <bu-- 

. .rrntn^"-ypm^-iTr*Ta7raiTip I 
, ,ior hno ia'te so- 

, . ,,. n,.. figui ■:. miehi '...ok small. ' 

me ftm'e the Br-ntor Ri 
a , rs wou.d m kke the best i' rr - 

'':'■ . their time to 

ll.eio. Mel. 

not nec. i ■■<'■■ n 

,, i, church, but it. mui 

ranks 
of t tl ..•:■ 

recruited [1 . ' b< i i i 

s;iry thai thi ti lining of the Juniors 



Christianity? Tin onl t the 

i^thlcnl revival or the sectaHsttt 

Rr«t gaining a revival on 

he individual." -.■.■. . . 

in-. Temp le followed ui 
n, s'iVeakTi 
Teault^ ■' var^red 

out the place 

ST 

on ol 



Upon ti> 
address, a 

end. In Lhifl ;,n "' 
me. .. arj. 



Ciayoquot and Way Porta 

Tloso. l.-t, ■ -'.'th of each 

m Duc. 4th. 12th. lSth and 28*h of each 
month. * , 

Seattle and Eastern United States 

Close, 4.30 p. m. daily; due 7 
dally, except Sunday and 1 p. m. dally. 
Quatsino, Kyuquot and Beyond Clayo- 

2 _g uot • • • j 

Close 7th ant?, 20th of each month. 

>Due 12th and '28th of each month. 

Quatsino via Port~Kardy 

.lope Jul.-. 

Do U>. 28. 

Comox, Cumberland, Etc. 
•Ioro Tuesday, Thursday ar.a I 
aa£ 8.30 a. m. , J 

Due Tuesday 12.10 and Wednesday, I 
Friday and Sunday, 7 p. m. 

Sidney and V. & S. Points 
... dally • cepj Sunday, 7 a. m. 
Due daily -except Bw M p. m. 
18BUs ' ffl"-th ' " '"l — r 4 *- " ATberni . j 

^ , 1st, 7th, Ifith, ZQib .f | i b 
month (by steamer) and by rail Men- 
day,- Wednesday. Friday, 8.80 i^m. J 
Nanaimo and E. «. N. Points 



The 

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Sole Agents 
For British Columbia. 



.hur.h 



Leather and 'serge tarns for boys 



In Christian ictivlty should begin as and gl : ij ri, ' f 

,,,,-iv .' i n this 



. | it ibli ii iiiia '■■' • i ■ "- i 
dune the young pi »pl< ■■• oul$ be veryjinaon'j store, 



642 '. it. treet 



Cl.o ■ »Pt Sunday 8.30 a. 

Op. tn. 
Due daily, except Sunday. 12.10 p. 
in. and 7 u. m.»_ *;___ 1 . 



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Friday, August 12. 1t1(T 



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New Shipments of 
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Designs 






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Among- this lpl are some beautiful pieces of workman 
sHipi which helps to demonstrate our buying powers. 

We respectfully call for ynur inspection. 



HINTON ELECTRIC CO. Ld. 




In Woman's Realm 




HERE AND THERE 



Government Street. 





in the eurrenl number of tin- Nat- 
ional magazine there is ah ejscellefH ar- 
: H'-i' entitled " .M< nial Work" by M,i>. 
I iiuth Jackson which goes to prove tbifl 
1 no w ink- i- in, nial, u iiirh is done lii 
the proper spirit. Mrs, Jackson la old 
1 aabioned She beUevjgu that dlScIpJ(mi 
Is good for j ottjig people unci that ttie 
eoupli i 

''Satan find 1 1 orrie mischief- still 
&'or Idle ba nds to do. 11 

t Has ii, n more of profound truth ^han 

■'■ ■■■'\ of th< iimt, high .- 1 Hiding phlf- 
■ "■-•In it tti metrta w hit h 1 he wls« wo- 

ii' 1 ""i (tea d » Mgh t to quote 

'" i'" Idiom b of ih. ba I r-ieh 

1 pooi ,1. ... ihi aces 1 a mi ce -of 

1 ■ d< generaey of vvhlcl 11 ii com - 

| plaint Is made unGrSaEBr] fifTi wcTf 
ta '■' the hysteria vyhl 1 ■ m- 

• spli n. , g. grit I ■■ ■"•11. 

I Jlta. Jar;.: ...., tells rs u h it ■•, ill be, 

: ■ 1 'i ■"- ! bj ... ■ 1. ii.. ha >'• grown., t . 

t their . , 

t hat the nui-s, 

I' lOtlH — t llLuli.tr p. l i ll T-t ; ■ t . ■ , ■ I , . 1 . 

charges to fold r clotl -■-. brush 



growing organisation ; that it is not 
composed: of a house, and a staif of 
aermBta who work for peopu* they 
rarejj soe, or a*---- in the working 
classes, of a mother, who slaves ml 
daj with ii" one to help, but thai it 
is a world in itself, in wlih-h every- 
thing and everj one ha» its p la c e, and 
■■•■ Imti-V\ eri one has to do their part, 

S" thai all ma> he , mil' I "'I a lib- ' 

Tins is old-fashioned doetrine', but 

it is i hai 1 he v. omen who ;nv ii » J i <•- 

Ing i" 1 1 j the foundal ions "i a rte-vt 
nation should laj to heart, 



The-Man at the Bat may 

be caught OUT on 

his third strike, 

but 



EDDY'S 



'SILENT" 



MATCHES 



NEVER FAIL to light the FIRST STRIKE. As sure as the dawn of 

t "morrow." 
■ sixty ears • • . : i jraryi brdiugtat' Eddy's edatohea t.. the. 

ACME of PERFECTION.. The !'amo V s '• Sib-ntr/V 

v Paper Wooderiw are, Flbreware, rails. Tuba an. I Wash/- 



Mitchell Bros., Selling Agents. Victoria and Vancouver 



The visit ol MlseMarj \ni McKon- 
zie,,\ the ontel superintendent oi the 
v ictopla < ini'T of Nui sea to \ Ictoi la 
will ii, '•"",.(" interest to marti besides 
t he nmsos who .n e t<ii.;. 1 Ing her a 
1 • ■ ■ pi Ion at the Alexandra 1 'lyj. to 
mori ■■ m ,. it. aursi e ol the 

Victorian ordei m.tnlate] to pabph who 
cannot a ffoi | to 1 tigagi other trained 
1..11 sea 'it;. .1 . 1 , in 1,, 1 . mote dls- 
w here t hey ftfe .- pe< Uj M. pj 
During the • ptdj nai oJ I phord 

.1 ..i.ililiv :| last Whit' 1 the "■• 1 ! ' 

• . i-i'i bj t hi se nurses \\ ere ex • 
• ■ 1 .!...' ValuuuTe; Mlas MeKi 
will, however, no doubt, expia'in fully 

; - ■ I Son and I the \ 1. 

t"i-ian ,.r,|.i, .in.! show, how the ser- 



dQh'ghCeV, Seattle; Mrs. Eotts, mims Tny- 
inr, Kamloops, 

At the Xing' Edward— 

.1. s. ittcKlnney, Vancouver; •'.■ H. 
i-""is.,ni. Seattle; «'. h. \\"iiiiam-<, Fran. 
• . 1 1 Lake; v. ^&me.vhirtg, i< . m ... 1 ihaa. 

1 1 inainat. \'anr"ii\ ei ; K. I > \ lin.is '1' 

N. i-^wiu-.i. Toronto; !•' .1 Moore, M_rw 
!■' .1. Moore; See 1 1 te !•' fra v ley, I fnl 
. a/go; a w. Bell, \ ancou ■ ° < ' ' I .ang 
.\.' it. Kell's Mi-. Efjanchi KeTlej v.u, 
co« • i . 1 \ Morrison, .Mis Morrison. 
;ui • M.iri ismi. AiTi.wiK-Ki. 1. Haggerty, 
r. 11 Burnet Mrs Burnet, Vancouver; 
\\ k "i'. ujnans, M 1 s, 5T , o/Um ma, St 
Thomas E P LaBelle, Vanco'iner; C. 
b BIrjoh, a 1. BJfi R SToi >'. Nam 1 
\: Pteaidan, H Z < I andl > O, \-:. Mc 
ii.'naM. i'...iii\ Mi I .«-tiii.-N; Vancouver, 

At tho Dominion — 

m . 1 I . .i. 1 1,1 ;•- ,.1 1 it Vnklma W <• I 
Mis. Bradlo-y, "Waripj i.a.'Mr. and Mri 
.1. W . ''Rtekmo n, Montreal; C, A. Andre, 
d 1: D Mi gpji ... k. r.. Staph- 
. tut, EC. i.. < iiiUn*.-. \\;, 1 [ogsen, Vaj 
veri M. Davis. Hfrs. a. Tysoto, Piin.f 
Rupert: Mrs. Bxel rd T Law loi 
ebuver.; S \ Wright, Duncan; Q P 

lint. Ii.;_\ T".| lull" . < ; i: > 'Mil. ■.,!.-. v Ifi 
mill BOn; v.. 1 1... N... ; p, .1. St. 1 'I B Ii 
Seattle; Hornlce fie ami cliild. Wind 



MADE IN CANADA 

(EXTRACT FROM COLONIST LEADER OF AUGUST 10TH) 

"A PREFERENCE FOR GOLD'S produced In "BETTER" qual- 
ity abroad DOES NOT indicate a lack of patriotism— BUT A DE- 
MAND for Thoroughness whether m»tis <>r pianofortes. 

-THERE IS NO PREJUDICE againai Canada made gooda. 
' "WE SHOULD ALL BE- WILLING t" r"ntilbute to imme/indus- 

tries." - ' ", 

At th>. U'.MTi' i'O MiihiV Store, iimm Q ivernmenj, street,, is as- 
sembled THE VERY CREAM of Canadian, Bhigllah and Arherican 
piano manufacture. . '... 

Call, .iiti." and compare time with another, you*!] agree that 
the Cahaj Ian pianos, li.-iMt/.inai; & t ... an.i Nordhelmer, warrant the 
world-wide reputation the: iiuvo secured, and , • 

YOU, YOURSELF BUYING ONE *N PREFERENCE 
TO. ANY OTHER 



" •■ ■ nui • - are ,,, \t,s. c. K Stone, Alex, Alb 6 



- i • .. •>• si ii:i irt . w n tit" beds am 1 

1 1 .-■»-. up—Rju M r ■ to. v ;- . ■ 

Xow -a-days we think it is uni 
1 ral for- o child to be tidy and In cot' 
' tage aa In imii children zr'>\x up with- 

; in tho ltt- 
Ltle sarvicea tor which no one should '',' 1 ,V 11 ! " w " '" ''"" "- ei Dili, J. u. 

totalis dependent upon others, Tin- 
told "the hv '- 
ntidj . in hild of tt>e 

pn sent 6 Into-— thy 

equally untidy, equally- hysterica^ 

illy .messy-minded -.man or v : rk . } < m i mg tho Arrr^m'ii.ivttifornia: '. ■. '., 



University School 



FOR BOYS 



VICTORIA, B. C. 



FOR BOYS 




Invaluable ser*. Ice In ■ 
It la t^iis abilit) to', perform 
manual work thai is most heed 

rckson think 
i pletttj "i till pcuUa where 

; reading and writing ■ ■ ential." 

tya: "Th 
Ithj n. And 

ipm-k 
trained . in later 

Almost it 'of this 

training-, tvouid be a reform of the 
• -M<niiwr too common 
here. "The uiilltr who- kno ws the 
■ things an.l the tinir and trou - 
to make them is ri"t like 
' ' 
• man. 

. hildren Wfll 

j, Jacks . . t" 

thai th* Bfirvaut difficulty 

ppear. Mlstr esses would not 

be at the inaroy ■<( ba ats, for 

would know how work should be 

would be in a 1 to 

1st that the man or woman who 

h-tV-nr—hrr d iit.v ! • (• 



adapted to th oi tin- province 

There are Jew w ho do r»ot know that 



.skilled nursing- In hou s e s whe re poo 

ire not In want, but "ji_lm."Tln.I tt 

hard to pay tl ....,.; 

s. The 

Ifollle' Xjj'j; ; 



Stewan Varicouyflr; Mrsr~SKel3ihs, m. 

1 1. A 1 1 a .. .1. I - t,ai en nnd wife, i 

Baill--. 
Vat,. ..it ham and « tfe. 



Where Your Dollars Get 
the Most Groceries 



'■' II OaTer and wife, Florence 
i V'elrh'a Oslar; n- a "f rice (Jsier, Porno- 

...Calj/i,;. •■ ■ • atEh. 

Mr. and Mrs. H. l"nder- 



man. 

The r. iii'-d\ fin- this state of things 
is tisnatt; it in the schools but 

Mrs. Jackson would look t'",r it in the 
home. Every child boy or pirl. -.. 
.: mi > : ■ i "■■rform all the nei-essiir> 

ijoutj, even JPcity house, devel- 

p a quickness and S dexterity th - wno v , ou \,\ lather w.'llv 



to pas anything;, and who ar»!& Norris. Greeley. Colo.; U Clarlwbn 

.'peal t .fity. Tlie 

Jubilee hospltaL Is *e?r the Bervl : 

others who ■ a.nn I 1 to pa 

nurses 6> dociol us ac- 

commodation will allow. But... there I'urri.-. Jean '••nib-. MtlWal • \ 

are many mothers who need— assis- 



Vatir.fiuvi.i-.: ATrs. Mppn, Suttl 

K. Huaon, Portland; Mlaa Metwella, I 

ly, Minneapolis: l~. a l; 
ford, s<- -,. . rurrle, Florei 



GOOD COOKING APPLES, per box 
GOLDEN DROP PLUMS, per crate . 
FRESH EASTERN EGGS, per dozen 
FANCY CREAMERY BUTTER, 3 lbs 
B. C. CREAM, per tin '. ... 



?1.25 

. ....$1.00 
.......35c 

$1.00 

........ 10c* 



The Saunders Grocery Co M Ltd. 

Phone 28 h ''-ur Choice at Y"tir Price 561 Johnson Street 



' I their -strength and neglect 
iheh own riceiUi arm leave their chil- 



Slurwjry; Port land ; ;fi 

Calif. .Miss Anna ( Kim,'. T-oolnla. 

Cai.; W, H Tune, Vancouver; <:. 11. 

Mowers and wife. Chicago; D, x tie* 



n without their oversight and such T Lachlan. Roht Gilhn. JVinnlpeg: T. ai- 
they can give. There are.ild berf Moore. Toronto; W. .1. Riley, Miss 

1 many homes m-ed titore Annie Kl|. " 

VL . W , ni 



rk1lled attendance: than relatives 
give.- Whether the VictorTa 

anworw c,,lild ' wu, " , " t ramine 

int.. e„„,p.-!i.,..„ with the trained 

jmrse.s is a question ;liat Mi-. .\i. - 

Kenate will b. able I , But 

1' where patients 

cannot afford to 1 ■ isional 

nurse, but Wl md willing 

thing, will scarcely be 

•lolled. 

1 he need of nurses in putiy- 
there is :... doubt Mrs. 
H-nts ha a shown 

■•■ mialeadlng 



mas Term Commences Sept. 6th 

., At g :3o a.m. . . 



X 



Fifteen Acres of Playing Fields 

__ in Spacious New Brick Building. ' ~ 

Accommodation for 120 Borders. 
Chemical Laboratory: Organized "Cadet Corps: Musketry In- 
struction: Football and Cricket i_Gymnasium 
and Indoor Rifle Range. 
RECENT SUCCESSES AT McGILL AND' R.M C 

WARDEN: » 
Rev. VV. VV. Bolton, M.A., Cambridge. 

PRINCIPALS: — 

R. V. Harvey, M.A., Camb., J. C. Barnacle, Esq., Lond. Uni/., 
assisted- by a resident staif of University Men. 
For Prospectus Apply the Bursar. 



flclentlj iiiiuid 1- 

missi'd. 

-JL'JL.ii^ rjii.ai i. n "f the highest 

rank do not A consider it beneath them 

isehold tasks. An In- 

iug'>iiu-|d-eir i to illusij-at- 

thi-i. Mrs, J;h I re- 

meiub.-r OUCC paj injc a . \ Isll "f 

, ijormanv ..i But Doo-9 the i'.n H would the pro- 

Which" fl I'ri-tid of mine is governor. trai/nai nur>, add t.. 

a. v.er\ brilliant and a 1 tnlnd and the relief of the 

'U'il.1,1 ~ 



rl.-l Munro, Vancoiivfir- 
Hamilton; Ton. \\ Tlson, Vancouver; 
j ''Has. cnrtis nmi wife. Vanobuver; T 
Alexander, London, Bnav: 'Jeo>..A-.-i 
James n swan. Vancouver; S. T. Wako- 
man, Montreal; \\. C, Martin. Monet 

At the Victoria— 

I' S. Ilari.erff, Toronto; .' N -wniann. 
Chicago;. Allen Bcbrockv Wichita; W. 
ICjarkaon, Mrs .1. r : Breckell. Miss 
'Sreekejl, Mr. and Mrs. .1. c. Sllrecs, ]■" 
in-own and wt/.-. Seattle: v. Robinson, 
.•onvrr*;. J. I Mum and aon. 

iibrool;; Phil Gh.dldoom. Vancouver; 
In the Cftae of | land, the go.nl W Marks, Hamilton: n. A. lie nn Is, Alt 

i'h ",- the stowing i "nimunity ; T, " ,m i'son, W. Saga, Vancouver; w r,is- 
sin.ws that t MIC* of « train. •; '' : V.^AVolf. H. H. Kves, .^eattlo. 

-'At the Brun.wlck— 

i!'»t ev > n anxiety h as n ot, apparently) 

tione muchTiarm dn North Pender I M,s Stella Qoler an.d-daughter. Ta- 
ut has, during the ■ ■ eom.V; W. c. Eton*. V. . UnderW 

• twenty M-..US, ki-'.u n mi"- a thriv- ! V;,: V V- Hall. Tod Inlrt; W. 

inumtv.'TI M.iehoain.Ji/Hill, U H. Chll- 

'Mng^and giving m marriage; Serl- s,n "■ Johnson, Vancouver. 
ii illn.-ss h ■ • n rare, 

and the lltll^ t*LWl*1ar*:... , uut j 



WE HAVE TO LAUGH 



when first time, buy era at tliis 
mark.-t tell Us to em at 

quantits te thein families 

'_ are "sn. i . meat eati 

i-""r we know once they taste our. 

mfiftjta..._tbex. Will neve. 

from that' complaint again . Try 
us with an oid.-i.' Wouldn't you 
rather pay for meat than for nud- 

Icm • 

Island Veal ' 

Island Mutton 

Roast Heef. I.' < 2 c and. . 





IDEAL MEAT MARKET 



620 YATES ST 
PHONE 514 



I a very br 

.ers.-n b* , ,«!lrif'n ht'l 



ig a first-rate , >i; d. . u^id .i nt s ; V, < t n u rum — could, maktr 



At the Balmoral— 

l»r. Spencer. Vancouver; ,T. P. r 
Prince Rupert. W. <; Kennedy, 
wood. O. P Payne, Satnrna Island; Mrs. 
P. O. Porter. Cobble Hill; C. W. Wilson, 
Luaniington. Kng. . ■ ' ' . 



' h,r ' drawprldgel a living j n the naighborhood: wi, 

l ", I •••'.^tj'\,i rd turn-.- j:. m ! Pender U true to a greater 

-- •• M.„t ol piacea further removedfrom 

ernor. And on the other si.b- of it H,,. cllv " r "' 

m$ his darling, mothto, calmly ahetliug "' 

our dinner. After we liad u n n¥t ! thought from what 

laud ..tlnr things] v\o "" eaid thai the remuneration Ul " letter relative to the wanton destruc- 
tion! filled Aith uonderful '"'' ,h,, 'r - : '-rv i •■<?»■ asked -b\- nurses in tl9» of youn 



lily 'portraits, ano sio, told me. 

i, and wa-s v itl\ i nd cliarm- 
Ini- (to 

flhget ti," . "I thought fvhrit a deji. 

bination ft w i s. and how right,. 
' in UK f the'w • 
HsHtiftn," 

Tl: 

rank -that they .an be 



this city is out of proportion, either 
to, the value of .their aervtcea or to 

. "iis in other 



LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 

About Little Birtla 
sir- T am sorry you did not publish 



g birds, or make It the sub 
fei t of a small editorial, which would 
have had more force, if matters of far 
less Importance were eliminated from 



twUlnga. a nurae cannot get work all"."? »**«P«per. its size might., be con- 
mjixm .ml would not be able &* •Hft2^«. , lSS?E 



it if sin ■ .. ..pi, i sh.. "must provide for 
mes . .-,i Idleness, and 

ber hqnd, tree'Vn'd 

Hies need the services of . a nurse 

tlley 
no 



FINE, FRESH FRUIT 



Good Cooking Apples, per box . . . 
Ripe Gravenstein Apples, 3 lbs . . 

Fine Ripe Pears, j lb>. . . - 

Fine Local Plums, .per basket. 
Green Corn, per dozen _ 



• • • • »■« i,>,i ,n, t,ia J-S 

...... .25c 

.,25c 

. . . .30c 
• 3°c 



«*•••■••■* 



• • 



• •••••• 



FREE DEMONSTRATION 



"Mrs. Him- is 'here, demonstrating the best Baking 
Powder and Coffee procurable. Conic in today and try a 
cup of Coffee, free, "and learn the easiest of all ways to ' 
make nice, flaky puff paste, pancakes, etc.. 

The West End Grocery Co., Ltd. 

1002 Government Street Tcls. 88 and" 1701 



world of. chrmgp lliul' SOIIIl". „n, ,,. Wh.-n Unies ar V ',.- il 

- them- an . at ,.Ves,. . ,, „■ . 'fi« 

■ to th. rlr. ,' i i , - 

roi auch professional ^i.-ip as lis 
needed,— -T-rte smili and growing num- 



T»g 

their hum.- and. Mibnt" to Its 

d ,-oinfort has a deeper, im- 
p o r tano« — than I t o be nefit to the indl- 

al 



•if 1 kahddauSh- * lWu ? '" ,h " matter thai Mi.-. 

oarry mlllloi e will be w< .homed. 



r^JSaftaW Queen's Academy 



and mlHlo nnlres" Mrs, .Hl.r-i. 

ten, is "I should still trv to teach 

ss favored "live, and 
[how each home, whether thai of u 
a dustman, must In- . 
ted on more or leu the same prln- 

!' II is 1 „-. W,- tall; 

■ the home" peli 

■c are proposnla to i *fivi dlvi 

me is far inoro at stake b.-i .. 



h" do ^e.-aJconsidoraUon^shouid 
no t^ however, be ov erlooked and any 



AT THE CITY HOTELS 



There Is rrothlng equal to publbity for , 

'preventing "a sayaga brute from, deliMr^ j 

ately taking a nest of young bird's from! 

mashing trfcm — tntO" 
ground With hia foot." etc.) e- 

A word from a. man Ilk- i . 

' ■ H. ■ wlvo embodies all the j 
mr^Tliaracterlstk-s of nian. soldier and 
gentleman, would send an electric spark 
through his little BCOUta which tie 
their, successors. Would never, for, 

le source of reformation for the 
"bone." T. 8. KK.vxkdy. 

We were under the Impression that 
Mr Kennedys letter. was published. - 

K.i colonial "' 






/ 



At the Empress— 
s H. Stewart, j. w. Wear, 

itlef.ud; II. Wy- 

ilaud 1 ire.; H. H-ni- 



Acaflemlo Department — Pull 
-a is. BtUI 

■ "■ ' '. i.. 8, and other examlnatli 
Pplcnnld matriculation iucce»so« this 

t.utnmer. ^_ 

Commercial Department — A fully 

• ■■ a Bimliiess C'olleg-e 

ehargi t an experienced Conimemini 
SpeclallBt,, ., Ocda Medali*t 

jT a a c t books rtumd a hed frea.-to- 
students of this department. 

Pay and Evening Classen. - 
Address nil Imiuirlei 

The Principal, James Bay Academy, 
'Phoi 

Collegiate School 

ro« BOTH. 
Tho Laarels, 1249 Bocltlnnd Avenue 



2715 Bock Bay Avenue. 



Wrimm w-vva.jaa ju m' ' ' *. w*,» j .mil. m 



A d; 



srh 



ol for girls 



Re-Opens Thursday, 
September I 



rtTrrrrrrrBITrp 
i Bhgllsl 

...... 

'''?"" /"' > ' „ ill or 

BSS S. D. POPE, I.L. d 



Wick, Kdmonlon T. 1; Gillette aiid 

do not ■ ' . i It II v 

the trouble to train their childri 'on, Kng,; w. t aueaShi o,. 

the home is a livUig v '-'""c a. ,,ii Campbell, m k. s. 

....... --. -'"I'm We-ks. I: \\ , Poster, Van 

'"■I A. H ECellOgg, Nanaii- 

.i. c. . Rimmer, 

Mllllloll.l, 

Winnipeg; P. n. Wilson and wife, i 
• ago; w. J. Ho c. i. 

II., tttSeli P. a. HI.; 

ick, Seattle; s. r. Brim D I-'. Mc 

' !l NV - ' "ra_' ViUlk. 

Mtjrg— v 7"" Mis* ii. M. 

Cluff, I t Thomp 

(, t' isnv l.ila .m: POi 

Lad : mith; Mi i w , krlll, i 

maintiH i. \ r^bnson, sesfttle; H. i,, 

' M i d l , :•->•■ ■ I ;. H 




e 



re 



oing to 



xteo 



VialtolT: 
The Lord I 



abla. 



UNIVERSITY .SCHOOL FOR 
GIRLS 

cih • i, Oak B i- . v*lc. 

torla, H. c.. ),i; lay and 

■' iiooi for young - »f i?y ! 

aff -^?i, - A r ! Hros-'i'l 

pectus on application. 

lt« lham, Cert, Eng. 



Principal — Mrs. 
;■ ■■■ s a ns 



Snperviaor: 



mm 



Tli 



\ en 



........ 

; A ' 



Lven, 



c, 



Coll. 



Head Masters 

A. I i M..... • ' 



|. 



[•J;... ■ -I ..... 
<• .. ;-' ; i 

■ ■ 

Christmas term begins Sr-pt. 12 3 a. m. 



i . secret ary. 



orrig v_onege 

Beacon SOU Park Victoria, B. C 
Irad ... ' .... 
Boai Ii for Boys oi 

. i 

In I..- ■ t 

; ■ .... .1 • 

I 

' 

" ■ : 
i', n. . . . , ., ■ | 

' ' ■ 

Principal, J. W\ CHtrr.C/T, MA 

mnrm i litis i 




d 



111- 



ar 



)il"( IVC 



Ai\-i H 'ii 

Tullv and wife. ']' 



1HESE MEN ARE' • 
- BRANDED ON BODY 



16. 



TWO NIGHTS 
Monday and Tuesday, Aug. 15 and 
THE NATIONAL OPERA CO... 

Presenting 

"The Bohemian QirV* Monday Kvcning 

"The Mikado," Tuesday Kvening. 



Prices ?8c, $l,.oa, |1.60. 

-eat sale opens Friday, August ll 



EMPRESS THEATRE 

Oeorge A. Levelle, Manager, wssass 

Victoria's Exclusive Picture House 

Showing only the Best pictures ob- 
tainable 

SPECIAL ( IV1ATME TODAY 
FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN 

Drop In for a cool, quiet, restful hour. 
Our pictures, are making the Empress 
theatr-e popular. 
Tom- and bring your friefids. 



Members of Shipping j Federa- 
tion Are Stpnined to This— 
-—Bear LLnfon Label— Want 
' Conciliation tard 

: ^= r ^L-* ■■; ,',■, „." ' , •■ ■ r' 7 



ROMANO THEATRE 

TODAY 

Bed Pern and the Xld, wc liama 

TOOO ft; ' Consul, the educated rrto 
aducattonal pietute Once Upon a Time. 
I'eatiir,' I nipt. 100(1- ft. Debt Bepald, 
rn ' 1l '"i ft. Washington Quartette, 
song, "Cuddle l"p a HI 1 1 le. Clo.-e.t . Bo- 

mano Orchestra. 



R. W. Trotter 

Of Winnlpeg^licganiiser f 



x. Aug. i" \ -•• risation has \ 
i.ii-n created by the admigaion made 
at tin- deputation* from the Beam ei 
and jflremen's Onion t" the preaidenl 



Trades and Labor Congress of Canada 
Will Address a 



New Grand Theatre 

WEEK AUGUST 8th. 
Basslo Trio, presenting new and diffi- 
cult ' feata, uv aquillbriam. 

Van.; ti.pnotch vonrr~o7uartette, 

li.- Bettera' Four, Jones, Plokett. Mur- 
ray, Drury, new s"tic.s by the. sweetest 
Of singers. 

The f ierman aristocrats, Williams and 
ri, comedy, songs, • chatter and 
rial let. 

Bell and Bichards, in mirthful -mu <i- 
r afmB ii ii')iin, — ■-.-■■ ■■- ""• 



loon- hi . It. S T. I'm 



hat wt- 



rt' (lnino- wc 



-in 



uppl 



iO-i 



.C. 



pntracti ■ 

liiiTtlers wiili thi ii 






for 



;.l 



David 

Win,. 
I....ri;: ' 

- 

■ 

M .... 

)•'. Masse 
VI 



; ),,,„ i the, board of trad.e bfttai w—k thai 

thelShlpplng federation men -ar- 



- 



|..' ( .; ,;,,., t-li'ialiiallv lirandial on Hi,« hody. The 



Mi C 
Siinei 



, -.,,, ..at and tl" Lai'.. I iiii-m- 

, :U1 M 0n bcru presenl could iiot-ccexllt the alio- 



fiUDAY, AUG. 12, 1910 

•lain. Kngland; Jamea | *attoin but it waa admitted by Mr. Cha1r_±aken at 8 p. m.', Wotklhttman 

out.. _jj. ... '.Holms., ad. ' '■ l> -'i• , Snipplflg- l--.-d-rati.u, ...,, , ,,„, ; , l lv invited to* attend 



Public Meeting p^ 

... In Labor Hall,. Douglas Street. .. I CllllU 



The cycling peers. Gray and Peters, 
marvelous feats'. on the bicycle and lu- 
dicrous i-iimi call t tea, 

Thomas J. Price 



thind. 






idon; I >■ \ \ 

■ ' 

' '".|/S ; . 
I -1.11 U 

. i • \|- 

i ' •' . ' Wont.il 



Lindsay, Vancouver; C. ' r > though, he pleaded in e.\- 

s'picer. 11 thau tiii- branding:. waa° not 

done svltli n><l hut irons, but with a 
i ubber statn/p. it in conaidi red 
markable that the men, howfever,;much 

fluy m;i\ Joe "■ '" -'he union, 

would suLiniit to . is a ir indignity 

placing i iit'in on t b ' ; ■' rne ' ■ 



al Oie Drlard — 

misn Tavio, . . Kami 

i "mil-id, "Winnipeg 
tie; K '• n 



ay, .niimi 

II. Mt-Honald. 1 
11/. M, A I 



Specially Good In Quality 

Our Butter nl 35c or 3 lbs. 

• f..r : * si.oo 

y >;rrunl< of Taa with lock, 






I . 



' 



: contai ns 3 lbs., for. 



.$1.00 

IK1IC, 



The immediate objeci ol tin 
tutlon waa to urge the bpai d oi trade 
• i.. lllatl r board to di a1 
With trades disputes affecting the 



Subscribe for The Colonist 



Raymond & Sons 

613 Pan dor: 



hone 27 



Street 



37' 



Mrs. . A 

v ancon vci p I nd tlremi n, Mi tavelo 

John ' Hand, it' u ifiddy, ' t.-.-the 

Uosebui 1 1.1 Town- 

send; US', 1 1 ttar.Vi ■ ' w 



I 
1 

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■illtoti; 

',-... 1 ' \', 

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VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 




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Series Opens on Clay Courts 
Tomorrow Afternoon — Sec- 
retary Case Reports Good 
Entry in All Classes ' 



FINCH & FINCH 

1107 Government Street 



Tiii' opening of the Kingston street 
Tennis i 'lull's annual tournament 
takes place tomorrow. Secretary Case 
states thai tin- courts are in exoejlent 
Bhapi . thai a latgt number of en- 
i . .1 are assure, ], and thai Hi. quality 
of tennis promises i o be better than 
bas ihmii since i in IhcepI Ion of do 
Ion two or iiin e years ago. 
.\ a urancea hs in been rt ceived ' Erom 
the majority of ""• mi tubers that they 
i„ en successful to their Quest 
tor iii'iv partners so thai the series 
\v iii urn in as rvn i — i . i . ii as we - 
i i,.. ,rM .ii i ii. outset Tin re will be 
both - ladies tingles, and doubles tor 

have beeq o'f- 
ii i ,ii. Of ci ill be strong 

.... □nnran 

g matches In the 
i i the 
. being Baj ni , I Jampbell and 

Archibald • three nong 

Hi- si while Messrs. Terrj 

Williams also b otod to maki b 

• ■• tin' championship, 
promii mpetltors will bi I i 

i iwn, Virtue^ E 

The sen sued. today. 



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Cricket Tournament Opens CRICKET TEAMS 

* Vietoria °" August 22 AWAY FROM HOME 



Ten Teams Will Compete for Title of Pacific 
Northwest, Seven of Which Will Be Visi- 
tors — Four Matches Each Day— Official 
Schedule Drafted. 



The nfth annual cricket tournament 
of the Pacific Coast Cricket Associa- 
tion commences on Monday the 82nd 
in«t, an<l continues during the entire 
week. There are ten teams competing 



seven visitors and three horn, Mr... wJ ,„., 

Vancouver. Burrard < \aneouvei .So- ^ of J>ac , ,,, Coa8t 
attje, potency, Portland an,1 Saanuh v ^ ^^ 



and Strawberry Vale, victoria, Albion 
and Garrison. 

Four grounds only being available 
the teams have been drawn in two 
tllvlslons-^A and B— one In each di- 
vision being off duty each day. The 
winners of A and B play off for the 
championship on Saturday the "7th. 

To date Victoria and Vancouver 
have each won twice. On form it looks 
exceedingly pro). aid" "that Victoria 
will win the championship, for the third 
time— 1906, 1908 and 1910. 

Th*> following grounds will be in use 
for five davs each: Jubilee Hospital 
(V. C. C; Beacon Hill (Albion C. C); 
Work Pb?nt Barracks (Garrison CO; 
and th e- b eautiful grounds of the Uni- 
versity school on 'Mount Tolmie road, 
Mr .1. G. Barnacle, honorary secretary- 
tre&aurer of the association • and his 
confreres having verj generous! j 
rd their excellent pitch at fffg 9 
of the committee 



Teurnsment Rules 



The following are the roles of the 
tournament and hours of play: 

A win counts two points; a dr.aw 
counts one point. Winner in Div. A 
B for champion- 



day at 10.30 a. m. 

Luncheon lntervaL..l_jL_m. to, l.4'> 
p. m. . 

Tea interval 4 p. m. to 4.30 p. m. 

Draw Btumps 6.30 p. m. 

The committee notify all clubs that 
these hours must be Observed, Any 
alteration In the above times can only 
be allowed where 'the two captains 
agree mutually to alter them. 

Should the two captains not agree, 
the hours as above must stand. , 

Tickets admitting bearer to any and 
•very match for the whole wees 
ready few Bate at ji.on each and can 
be procured from any .member of any 
of the—home teams. 

Smoking Concert 

A grand smoking concert has been 
arranged for HJaturda\ night the 
to be given in the Broad street hall 
at" 8.30 . Some of Victoria's beg! Blngers 
have consented to assist 

The COlonlSi has made special ar- 
On the concluding day the champion- rrtnerment* to publish the full scores 
chip match will , be decided on the 
Jubilee hospital grounds. 



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Albion Club Will Plav Vancou- 
ver at Brockton. Point— Vic- 
toria Team Leaves for Se- 
attle This Afternoon . 



Thr-^Atblons ' will play two matches 
row. One team goes up to play 
Vancouver an all day, match at BrOCk- 
■ton Point while the other eleven will 
meet, the -Empress a.'. C oYt U 
HIM grounds, commencing at 
When- Vancouver came down 

t June they did not "bring , a n y - 
EETng Tike their strongest" I 

■ red a bad ■ at- the hands of 

*the local club. It, however,; 1> 

ted that they will be playing— a- 



rleket tournanv- 

Thi nis out for 

ibamplonship vea of these 

from the outside. * Tne— Victoria 

crab, rtsmen, has been 

winner of the title. 

nly It has be d • 

v this yeax^_^ ! ! 
ever the uncertaini las • of 1 
are proverbial. No one will know 
different competing I 
ip u ntil the copotltlon Is well un- 

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In arranging for" this year's cricket 
tourney t! torial committee de- 

ffort would be made 
to provide the strangers with at. 

logramm. ntertainment 

.,* thou ght that the .strangers 
would be Just as well pleased wll 

ml shake and unostentatious 

ship, otherwise 

being left alone, • Of playing 

uiselves In their 

own v. ' linly this seems 

1Mb, good meather th. 

the crl 'will 

i time But 

it is wise to arrange ! » done 

a smoking 

a which th- ruins, ma 

friend ships c reated on the field. 

I meeting to be held this evening 
at the- V..M i t, lo- 

cal athletes wilt arrangements 

■__ _j_ championship field 
.Wednesday of 
on the Agricul- 
loclat ion's grounds. 



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there will be some debate over 

the suggestion that the Victoria orga- 

jiiz'mtton should secure a I ■■■ > har- 

riii.-i long has been one of the pet 

schemes of ('ommodore I'myjage, who, 

Itn mon with many others, believe 

Irable. 



With one single exception (V. C. C. 
vs. Albion C. C. on Monday Aug. 22) 
raeh home team Is playing on Its home 
ground 



and analysis each day 

Schedule of Games 
The result of the draw and the en- 
tire list of matches, including dates of 
each teams' lay-off. Is appended: ,, 



-Division A. 
Ground 
Work Point 

. I7niverslt\ School 

. University School 

. u'ork Point Barracks 



Not Playing. 
Barracks. . . . .Garrison 



. Kootehay 

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Li«t of Matches 
Date 'ibs 

Mon. Aug. 22 — Vancouver ys Kootenay 
Mon. Auk. u2 - Nanalmo vs. Portland 

Tues. Aug. 23 Vancouver vs Nanaimo 
Tues. Aug. 23 — Garrison v> Portland 

Wed. Aug. M— Vancouver vs 1'ort la ml . . 1 'ni\ ersit y S'-hool .... 
Wed. Auk. 24 — Garrison vh Kiintcnay . . W '"rk Point Barracks 
ThUrs. Aug. 36 — Garrison vs Nan. line I . Work Point Barracks 
Thurs. Aug. 245 -Knot. nay vs Portland . . 1 'niversity B.ChOCfl 
Krl. Aiig. 2« — VancouVtt vs < iarrison. . Work Point Barracks 
Fri. Auk. 26 : — Kootenay VS Naiiainn. tjnlversltj SchOOl 

Sat. Aug. 27 1 — Championship of Paciflc ''oast, dinners of Div 

vs. winners of D|v. B..Jublle.- Hoefrttal 

.. List of Matches — Division B. . 
Date Clubs Ground 

Mon. Aug. 22 Victoria vs. Albion ^.^.Jubllce...Hnspital — . .S«A,nic!, mi 

Mon. ank\ 28 Seattle rt Burrard Beacon inn '. Strawberry V. 

Tuas. Aug. 23.— Victoria vs Seattle JUvtiBjrTFfOiPltal Ubton 

Tues. Aug II Saanlch and Strawberry 

\'ale vs Burrard Bes on Hill 

Wed. Aug- -' Victoria rrarH ...; Jub ilee Hospital. 

Weri Aug 24 — Albion vs Saanlch and . ' T~- 

Strawberry N'ale Beacon mi! ,,—__ 

Thui-s Aug 26 -Seattle rs Saanlch ind 

BtrawbeiT) \ ale ; rublilee Hospital .■ 

Thurs. Aug. 26— Albion vs Burrard .... ■ i Hill Victoria 

Fri. Am. '-''"■ -\'ictoria \ B 

,, and Strawberry Vale Jubilee Hospital 
26— Albkm-vs' Seattle . . . n on ml) B 



.Vancouver 



— Portland. 



Not Playing. 



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strong eleven op Saturday and the Al- 
blons are going up with their 
team, with the ' exception of one of 
their bowlers — Parsons. 

The teams arc as follows: 

Versus VanGOttver-r-C. w. 

(capt.)-E. W II v Ismay, W. 

•n. H H. Pegler, J i: iberson, K. 

!••. Stewett, n ii Pegler, v. 6 Tun- 

)' W \shby and 1,. B. TrinH>n r - . 

<us Empres- | nm- 

can ( Capt.) M. B. Illoyd; G. Cooper, 

■rraclough. A. Ulercer, C. O. < 
J. Wii'ks. II. J, Wi, Us. .1 Taylor, II. 
i ;. Anderson,, and L. B. ANarnlcker. 
Victoria in Seattle. 

4a--.ci , : ■■lull, - will mee t 
Seattle -on the tatter's grounds to 
row. The players will leave thia a 
noon. Those, who are making the trip 
follow: Alexis Martin fc'ipt.) .1. (\ 
Barnacle, .1. II. Gillespie, F. J. Marshall 
! v Martin, A. Galliuer, N. Rant, 1). 
M. Rogers. H. < * i i 1 1 1 !.»• it . H. iCberts and 
Thomas. 

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Island Championships, Which 
Take Place on '20th Inst,, 
Promise to Be_As Interesting 
As Those Held. Recently 



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The Island championship . swimming 
which takes place - Bt-1 • 
on the afternoon of Saturday, the -0th, 
Inst, promises to be fully as Interest- 
ing in point of the keenness of com- 
petition as that of .last Saturday, 
when the B. C titles were sett • 
, As usual, one of those '■ chiefly re' 
sponsib le fo r th e a rr angemen ts^ hs See- 
retary A. J. Brace, and yesterday lie 
declared that It Is probable that there 
• i he a numb er from 



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Victoria's Fleet Will Leave for 
Outing Extending Oyer Sun- 
ttejr-TomorrdW-^- Several 



V.ichtsmeh should. have a jolly good 
time tomorrow. They have on 
first club crul.Be. Not only should 
they enjoy themselves, but If ' the pro- 
posals made are can the put" 

lng should be productive of n plan of 
actloh fprn.tjh;, w-Tilch will mean 

much to thi 1 latlon. It Is' es-- 
sential that something should be 
Immediately with regard 
structlon of a local challei I r tie- 
Alexandra cup. 



-; Questions. Are ;on Tapis 



At morrow afternoon 

the entire fleer oTTI Vc V l c t o r li t— Vrtrrrt 

".ill sail or •*r"i"'" all <'" i 1 "' 
whether it is, canvas or gi rigged 

— out Of the The ot 

rst "'' t ' i ''' cruiaes. It 

is proposed spenning a few hours en- 
joying th. >i the salt sea air on 
traits, In the (veiling running to 
anchor- iti Esquimau h ir.l 

1 Island.- where the. night will 

pant. 
r During the Idle lours ,which will 
elap.so, the yachtsnieti -will assemble 
it to I 

■ lion of iiroviding 
tllenge for the Alexandre cup 
will h- thoroughly gone into and, 
doubtl ' m plot will be n*s 

which, , in the exploding, . will 

I ion Of "T- d" ' leal • ished 

of holding the Internationa] blite 
m with the embryonic. Spirit . ill/ 



both Ltadysmith, Nanalmo and other 
adjacent' communitie.s. T Vic- 

toria swimmers would not ha 
tiling, their Own w.i> WBS assured. The 

Interest that had been aroused in the 
neighborhood districts was being 
evinced by the many enquiries receiv- 
ed by the .secretary. 

list of events already has ap-. 

peared m these columns, At a meeting 

to be held this afternoon ihuil pre* 

tlons win be considered. The 

entry forms have been issued and are 
boing..-widely circulated. It is ex. • I 
ed that It will 1 ■ ile to make a- 

lull announcement early next week. 



• Although tlie suggestion has been 
made that some arrangement might 
be made for the Issuance of permits 
-w-hbUih— would allow a. limited number 
of res nonsibl ers to' shoot for 



pheasants over the Saanlch peninsula 
nothing has yet been done. The far- 
mers havls net-taken a leeftrat of the 

hook of their fellows of the l*adners' 
peninsula ahd • organized. If they 
should form a protective association it 
would be PQggf ble for them not only 
to keep down the growing run 
Of the pheasants hut, while satisfac- 
torily regulating thcahnntlng to make 
»•■ , 
Another series Of swimming com- 
petitions Is down for Saturday, the 
lOth lust. Ties,- are for the Island 
championships. Doubtless there Will 
be a large, number 

are to be any such gaxrtson Bh- 

Ishes as a number <.>r those at the ' B, 

G. meet last Sat.. Urace 

should Ii ■ uen know. in such 

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Championship of Pacific Coast; winners of Div. 
vs. winners of Div.. B . . Jubilee Hospital 



DAVIS CUP GAMES^ 

INI NEW ZEALAND 



xf.w rORK, lug ti H' the 1 
of. the Australians are carried bu1 (his 
time with regard to the playing 

the Davis cup, the tcatu *>.uioi,»; tin 
preli-minar\ tie ni!l have to ; an 

extra Journey after 1 ea< hing He] 

11 ne. The i ustralians h ive it nr- 

ranged thai thi ■ ball" r ^-" round will 
be played In Mew Zealand. Though 
nothing has been said aboul th< bal 
blsgrouitd for the prelim+nerry tie. it is 
thought thai ■ ' HI ba fought ou( in 
Melbourne; that 1* provided Amei 1 
and Knxland should send teams. In 
cane either of these countries should 
default, only time will reveal whether 
the challenge round will be taken to 



v Zealand or played in Melbourne. 

1 I he possibilities "of the American 

i.m,,o. ,; ,,,,« , « !,, go bj the gossip ' 
lng around, the Stars and stripes will 

lurely represe n ted Bxoepl m 1 

take a new turn before Augusl 18th, 

wtieu the personnel of the team is to 

nown, the combination will be 

u] of Beele 1 1 Wright, Maurice 

!•: M-' I .a urhltn and Melville II. Ijong. 



, Burnt to Fight Caponi 

\VI\MI'K<;, Aug. 11 i-iiuup 

Ilnrits, the f..rot-r- <i4ianMvioo, has beSTI 

matched to meet irony caponi; ofChi* 

CagO, here In Septemher. 



Bill) Dltchburr) Ih expected to ref- 

eree tomorrow'.' .\'ew Wpstmln.ster- 
VanCOUTer provincial league lacrosse 
match. 1 




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Friday, August r 1 1910 

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WESCOTT'S 
BIG SALE 

STARTS 

Tomorrow 
Morning at Ten 
— o'clock 

E. E. Wescott 

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and Fashion Journal, 
649 Yates Street, Tel. 26. 



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Will Battle in Scheduled Kil- 
marnock Cup Match at the 
Royal Athletic Park , 



Spokane . . 

Tacoma . . 

'"♦^Vancouver 

Seattle . . 



I lit habitu&Ia ;tre placed upon the 

presi 1 Ibed Us! In 1 trand Forks with 

_th4 — comhiK I H" force o{ tbe new 

Pi 1 ini lai Liquor \<-'t. ■ 

1 ; i Henderson of -Grand 

l-'mks and .Mr. F. C, < ' ••> '■■ :i n{ 
I'.n 1. . n : - '■ >;irriptl at 1 1>'!.\ 

Trinity Church, Gsand on'Mon* 

day morning last, 




Bottled at ths. Springs, 3usa Pest. Hungary. 



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Xhe Victoria ami Vancouver lacrosse 
teams face each other again tomorrow 

al'tcrnnon In the provincial amateur 
1 hafnDionahlp series ami, if the visi- 
tors siii'irril in defeat lug I he Oapitals, 
the Kilmarno.-k CUB, to a efjrtalnty, 
will he earned to the TVuriinsft city to 
Spend tht- winter. 

i'hat the islanders are Bhfii&g to do 
their utmost' to toll the ambitions of 
the Mainland. ts is.assui ed. They, liave 
been evincing a different, a more earn- 
est and determined spirit sitae- their 
last defeifti awaj from homo. The 
last time Victoria ' nthuslasts saw 
them In action was fiere against New 
V\ es-1 minster, when the latt.-r tore, 

mangled ami hammered them so 
severely that the crowd became de- 
cidedly sore. Despite the discourage- 
ment received In this arid 4-he sttbee- 

queoft engagement a1 Vancouver tin- 
Vic t o r ia twe l ve has "cdme track." They 

I'-uneil well and BJ E t e ma t ii ally 

ihould Jro on th<- tichi tomorrow 
with i ! 1 i mflden.ee springing from 
perfecl physical condition and the 
knov, |{ [gi .1 1 oiiit 1 ta ftveet their op- 
wit tnces in .1 
1. tent. 
— — 'Phe mat c h - will commence at 8 
k. Tin- hopt 1- expressed by the 
Officiate of the hoiin- club that the 
• i en will turn out to ■ 1 tin 
entativea on_t<> victory. 

than that B g 1 gate is wanted for 

the organisation has be$n forced to 
undertake -considerable expense which 
it Is imperative to retrieve befon tie 

,i,'.,- eloce: 1 

The Victoria team whicb was select- 
ed last night, will take the m I d aa 
follows: ' Goal, Johnson; point, CJegg 
I • . first defenct , 
.Morii,- . lecoi Okell; third 

defence, Bryjnolfaert; centre, Sweeney; 
third hone-. Pejttlcrew; second home, 
'Pars', first home; Sargison; ijul 
'homo. Ktoeger; Inside home, Purdy. 
Alternatives, Swi ind Johnson. 

junior Match. 

re will be B junior lacrosse m 
played, this • - 1.1 the North 

■ 1 i 1 West teams, at 
al Athletic park commencing at 
The players are special- 
requested to. bo present in umi '■• 
■ • field promptly ,al the hour 
V W. A. A. team fol- 
va: 
.Goal, Plump; point. Bolton; cover 
point, G. ' t'orkley, first defence, A. 
Robertson: second defence, Gordon;, 
I third defence, P. Robertson; centre, 
WcBeatfc; third home. J. Kenn- 
second home. J. Coxkle; first hon 
Brown; outside home. J. Todd; inside, 
home, McLaughlin. 

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BASEBALL RESULTS 



Northwestern , 

R. H. $. 

Spokane * U 1 

Vancouver 3 9 

Butteries: Killilay and Shea; Gard- 
ner and l^ewls. ■ ~ 

R. 

Tacoma 6 

Seattle ............ 



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WHAT CITY GETS 

UNPEB AGREEMENT 

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Club's Standing 



\V. 

66 

59 

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L. 

47 
52 
55 ' 
71 



Pet. 

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.517 
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oxpenae to extend its overhead nystoiu 
In the event of the underground scheme 
being turned down by the ratepayers, ft 
will not be In a poBition to entertain 
any proposition for a subsequent under- 
ground scheme for many years to come, 
It Is also pointed out that as the per- 
manent pavement, work Is yearly heitiK 
pushed ahead, It would be much cheap- 
er to instal aii ufTdBr-grOund system no-w 
than several years later / 

Essence of Ag-reemoiit 

city Solicitor .McDiarmid yesterday 
explained the terms of the pfoposed 
agreement between the .'..company ami 
the city from the standpoint of the rate 
l.nycis. The ess. -nee of the agreement 
Is the soetirinw- of riRht. of w{ty Into the 
various blocks within the area bounded 

by Wharf street. Humboldt Street, 
DOUgiaa street, Hnrdette avenue, 

HlanchHrd street. Cormorant Street 
Store street and .Johnson' Street, the 
nre comprising tin- business section of 
tiM-eity. Agreements will be sduglit'be- 
tween the compapj 1 and the owners, 
permilting the latter to enter the vari- 
ous blocks by lateral conduits either up 
lanes entering the block or . thruuifh . the 

basements of buildings to a central 

point t'l.on whieh the wires will be (llS- 
trlbuted ■ In cables to the various us -i s. 

where owners refuse to- give rtghl of 
wiiy, the city, under pqwers secured 
from the legislature, has the right to 
expropriate ami fo.rce owners to give en- 
trance^ As fai as possible the right of 
1 lie oe. nets win be protected, and the 
work- of laying the conduits, e u\. jviiLat 



Club's Standing 

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Pittsburg .. .. .. .... ...&7_...38.. 

v. w York .. , 55 3'.i 

Philad 4s 48 .600 

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Brooklyn 41 60 .406 

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aii times be under tin- sapsiatlaian— of. 
the citj engine* 1 If the oompanj 1 an 

not come to <• 111 ngement w 1 1 h the 
various owner* th< city covenants m 
■ the right of way. 

, i ■ ■ within 

which t m.pleie the uoik The elty, 

under the bylaw t'o be submitted will 
sue debentures to the amount of $100.- 
000, and on the completion of th< 
will hau.l over the debentures to the 

company. These eSebetttures ,b 

pany will sell' for v. h. • • It can 

secure and s hould there be any -1obb_ hy 
reasoiT*of the , fact that the debeni res 
sell at a discount^ nils loss the company 
must bear. As the work proceed*., it 
win 1., come ' ' ."'' ' ! " 

which will owiT" everything, conduit : 
evires cables, etc., and will retain owner- 

tor the ter'm of the debentures, 

which will be -titty years, v. u 
city* electrician or city ei •• certifie 

that the company has expended $26,^)0 
on the work tin city Will hand over de- 
bentures at a par value of. thai 
und oh each successive $25,000 the same 
course will be pursued, but the com 
must expend $25,000 b efore it secures a 
trorh the city. ■ 

During Dabentures' Term 
The agreement permits the company 
• use of the system without • 
during the term of the del "ndj 

such tl 'lie company makes default 

in the annual eat of interest und 

sinking fund which the QOmpanj must 
make until the whole amount' due under 
the debentures is ,met'by the com 
\\ hen the debentures are fully paid off 
the city will convey the system back to 
the company. It will thus be seen that 
the system will have been construe- 
no cost to the • The payments un- 

i- ' ' ■ b will be made, on 

January 21 and July 21. but the com 
payments thereon to thft city will be on 



January IE and July 16. Should the 
company make default in payment the 
city ts entitled to take control of the 
system and either run it itself or permit 
another company to operate it. 

In connection with tbo Installation of, 
the system In the various blocks the 
company agrees, In case of alterations 
to buildings, such as increasing the 
height or size, etc.. to make all necessary 
alterations in Its distribution system 
Within such blocks at Its own expense. 

The company also agrees that It will 
not even put tip a pole on any .downtown 
street and th« city has agreed that it 
will not permit any other company to do, 
so. 

One-- of the most Important features 
of the proposed agreement, and one 
which is most favorable to the city is 
that regarding extensions of thei system 
In future years when extensions beyond 
(he abO-Va limits are desired, The com- 
pany agreesMhai whenever any looaJ Im- 
provement work is contemplated on any 
street, being In continuation-' of any 
existing local improvement work. It will 
put in conduits ami takeidown existing 
poles ami wires, extend/ig .the system 
under the pro po s ed local Improvement 

work, it agrees that it will be assessed 

for one half the COSt Of such conduits 

besides paying the whole cost of wires 
and the wo.-k of placing them in the 
conduits; The city will thus paig. one- 
half the cost of laying the conduits only; 
thus securing the removal of the over- 
bead wiles on those streets 1,, be i, u 
proved. This provision applies to -id 
streets leading from the section nerved 
bj the ftnt.1grgrgu.nd system provided for 
in the agreement — 

The city solicitor believes that under 
1 he propose 1 111,'n eiuont 1 he cil \ ha got 
something uhb'h few cities ha\e ami lln- 

arrangem ent. In bis opinion, Is a most 
favorable one for the olt 

The preparation of~the necessary by- 
law in which win be Incorporated the 
agreement, win be p roce e de d with at 

unco and submitted to the ratepayers 
fet an early date p:'ob..!o-. along niln 
other measures which are ready tor be- 
ing voted upon. 



PROVINCIAL HAPPENINGS 

T.-n.le!,- t-.r the new hospital nt 
Qm-snel have been md bids 

are returnable by August 17th. 



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The coal drilling operations on the 
Morrlee river being carried: on by 

New Work capitalists have, been halt- 
ed by severe forest fires. 



On Saturday the marriage of Mr. 
John Godfrey Ingham of Kami pops ' ' 
Miss Lily Goodrick, o~f Harrogate, 
England, Rev. 11. S. Akehurat offici- 
ating took place. 

The largest load of halibut that 
was ever brought .to New West- 
minster was received last Kriday with 
the halibut steamer Roman which 
Ijed port with 235,000 pounds of 
fish On board. 

A Swede named A. LIndburg at- 
tempted suicide in- Vancouver Wed- 
lay by cutting his throat with a 
razor. Of his own accord ,hp, 1 1 
his efforts and went to a drug store 
to have the wounds attended to. He 
may recover. 

Sdi ke: es are plentiful In the upper 
fies of the Fraser-*4ver ' according 
to New Westminster reports, Chi 

St. M tiiigo cannery has all the fish 
i-i htindle. The cannerle^ on the 
lower reaches experience -a dearth .of 
Xish— owing to the fact that the traps 
in American waters are operating. 



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Building Restrict- 
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"Hope springs eternal — " hut a wise investment' in our 
Fruit Stocks Bears results fn'at can he foreseen and counted 
on. 

We Have a fine lot of clean, healthy and -trong stock to 
pick from, and a catalogue that is most interesting to horti- 
culturists and flower lovers. Free for the asking. 



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We Have Developed 
Expert Tailors 



It's tc.iiii woi-l<i ilmt wins — 
"•Persistent, lica<ly team-play." 

\i)w see lln- bea 11 1 if" 1 result on the 
Lacrosse. field, on the Foot hall "gridiron," 
;ni(l iardnnd the BasebaH tiaacrond — in 
1 yery walk^aad work of life --u-»«4-H-^i*v^-- 
rTs out/ 

idy Tailbrin'g is a 'system of 
iiiized team-w<)rk-- -wholesale tailor- 
in 1 hat develops teatn w orkerSj tailor 
infii w ha bi c • 1 : m ■ •■ jtars" and "artists" 'in 
ti;" com sepl i< hi and prbdnci ion < »f fine 
clothes lor men. 



Tlic quickesl man vfe convince is the man 
who knows the retail tailor himself. 
Fast season i () <> merchant tailors in 
Canada alone applied for the Semi-ready 
Tailoring rights for their town. 




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Bathing Suits, Working Pants, Outing Suits, Flannel Suits, 
Straw Hats, Auto Dusters, Tennis Hats, Neglige Shirts,_ 
Business Shirts are still being sold at Sale Prices 



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Sweet CaporaS cigarettes 
are rolled in the purest 
rice paper. 




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Fishermen and Fisherwomen 
From All, Parts .of World En- 
joying Grand Sport at Isl- 
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works .involving an 
INTO will shortly" 



A cemi D ' 
pendlture 61 iS5(t,W0 will shortl^Ffre. 
ere teid in the Biiburb* of Princeton. 
I., w ShaKord, M, P. P, for Sii 
mi-' ii. lolin George, .1. ,A. Harvey. • K. 
(• and i.. W. Stone are in.ti 
ihr venture. 

Prlrn;iH"ii people 



ire_ expressing the 



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tear that t'lusre Will he OBlHy in the 

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Princeton and Tulam'een, » the state- 
ment having been made that work 
would stop with the completion of 

ng about 001 >bar 1st. Three 

coal companies arid ,a cement works 

■ tippn this line to mark- 



NANAIMO, Aug * 10.— Visitors to 
Oampb'elLjiver an: ' having great sport 
with Tv.ee fish. 'The fame or CgL.rnp.- 
bi II river 'as the h"m. v of the glgantla 
Tv>« uaimoii has tad to anglers pom-: 
tog from widely scattered parts &=the 

world and at present lli< 4 iv are sports- 
man irota the old euiimry. South Af- 
rica and India at the Now Willows 

hotel The steamer Cowichao of the 
Colon st. 'an. ship Co.'s fleet brings 
word that some excellent Bport has 
been obtained durjng the last ten 
days. - vlr - l " 1 ' 1 Mrs - BBdrtdge at New 
vo'rk are among the fortunate ones 
having caught 82 flah weighing L0O3V6 

lbs during their ten days stay. A ig 

these l'ish Mrs. HSdrldge heads the 
i| s1 u iih five Tyee sahnon \\\<- largest 
tipped tho scale -.at- 02 lbs apd the 
smallesl al 42 lbs Hxl EUdridg? has 
secured seven Tyees bul they are 
s maller than those ae» ared by his-jviin 
Mis largest weigh* d 51 Ibe, and the 
.small. 'st a lbs. On large Tyee weigh- 
ing V j ii,.:. w b landed the ol ti< r day 
i, v M r ,vi . i tonald el V '■■ toi la The 

Tj ees are Just beginning to i m and 

lahlns promises to he unusuailj 

good. 

RIOT IN LIVERPOOL 



LTVEBPOi >i.. Aug ! i Aft- r B 
hearing lasting twelve hours al 
Liverpool Assizes, Stephen Benjamin< 
glas (33). James Cunliffe (29.1, 
an James Lynch (25), Joseph 
Thompson (18), and Margin. 1 EU( i 
(o 9) and guiltv ..l" ri otou • 

tumulttion .ma of-d«tng wil- 

ful damage to a house In China street. 

ed to 

: ... ;■. oths - hard labor,- Cunlift I 

Rice to one month ami ThompBO) 

■ , mi his own l nee. 

-phe , ,, rred a few days ago in 

..... ,, ... I- ..i. Bta ■ ■ tret ts oi the 
it. which lias fce'eorae notorious 
as a centre of much religious strife, 
and tie mali prlsoni : ■- ' " ; '"low- 

ers of Orange. Lodges, the v 

being a member o-f one of the 
0H ly two Hoi iti < ithollc famlln 

\ mob which th.- prisoners 
formed part wrecked the house ol .Mrs. 

Caldwell, who -was supposed to have a 

portrait of the Pope In tier hruse. ft 

n which was pro> ed to be 

. . . l large i 

es were called, and the evidence Was 

. I oonfiietin". The defence lh ■ 

case was an alibi, but the jury, after 

i rating ten minutes, found all the 

pners guilty, • . 

In passing ' sentence, Mr Justice 

PickfoTd said there had- been a riot, 

and undoubtedly a. very 'serious riot. 

He hoped it did not arise through any 

ous question, because he coul 
Imagine anything more: abomii 
than that dllstun- should arise 

through. p< ipl i Qf different, re- 

. >us persuasions. Be could not im- 
ii , .. people who were guilt, 

. ... • 5 ;d possibly think 

they were ; -■• ; ' the cause of 

religion or any other cause. This riot 
may or ma: not -1 • en a religious 
one. I • my rate U via b serlo - 

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Established 1858 






LThe Leading Printers 
of British^Columbia 









M Chayea, an svlator, estahlisherl a 
British altitude record at Black- 
f 5,850 feeL 



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■ outc ry I f connection wit* the (1 ,,., Tn .,. r ; , i b" bad danlt wtLn 

finished at si earlyT date, ■ ,,.,.;...> lenl- 

" oecnuso hoik. 
of them «vei criminals, and 

some were not crlnilnals at all, and 
he hoped the s< would induce 

them to behave properly in futurj 




Maricopa Oil Company, of Los 



Under Canadian 
. Contr; 1 



Angeles, California 



Under Canadian 
Control__ . 



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Capital,$l,000,000 



Study the following prices of oil stocks and sec 
v :;.u this Company's prospects aN| 

Issue Pric i rit l'nce. Dividends. 

I. ucile ......... ~- : '$ -<5 5-00 io^monthly 



Sauer Dough . . . . .10 

Sterling . ., -35 

Caribou " -i5. 

San Francisco and 
McKittrick $10 
shares .7. x.z^ 



3.00 io7c monthly 
4.00 25^ quarterly 
IS4S 2 5 c /° monthly 



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This Con owns a lease of 60 acres in section 32, 12-23, in the very 

heart of the Maricopa Sunset Field,, surrounded by gushers of flowing wells 
for a royalty of 1-7 "i the oil produced. , 

The Lake View Gusher, within 2 miles, has produced over $3,000,000 in 
Oil during 3 months. Now flowing 40,000 barrels per day. , 

The Obispo, within %. mile of our property, brought in a 10,000 barrel 
\\ , H on Jth hint.- at 1,800 feet. 
NOTE THE LOCATION— WHAT OUR NEIGHBORS ARE DOING 

Extract from the I." Angeles Times. July 17th — From a' correspon- 
dent— -On Section 30, which is within three-quarters of a mile of the Lake- 
view gushef/a^remendous well has recently been brought in. which I saw. 
flowing "at the rate of 1,000 barrels per hour. As Congressman Hale has 
aptly said, 1 prrfer this well to the big one of the Lakcview. as it is abso- 
lutely dndftftMStatrol and should be a stead Wicer for years to come. 
This well holds the record iti 'lie M't • 1 Fi< i Folr having been drilled m 
seventy dav> with a ten-inch rasing its whole depth of 2,165 feet, and its 
production is remarkable when it is considered that the oil was struck after 
the drillers had entered the oil sand but i '. whereas in the case of the 



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7 ' ot 1 mouth I '• ■ ' keview. I understand they entered the oil sand sixteen feet b e for e-the bij 



Most of the&e-companies pay special bonuses in Z_^ well< , Qn . the ior{v - U1(1 siktv acres j t owns orr Section 32. One of the 

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addition. 



Dividends on Listed Stocks for May 
81,326,626 



Total Dividends to Date, 

831,284,902, 



wells is down over 1,200 fec.t and will, reach the oil sand at about 1,500 

N-rtherh, within 300 of this Company's property, 

brought in a similar Well on July 4th la 

S expect to 
One Well Producing 1,000 Barrels per day Means a Profit of $500 per day 

to the Company 



Drilling Commenced July 20th. Watch the Drill 



Ovel ..'50,000 Shares have been 



privately in Prince 



er. 



Shares of $! Fully Paid and Non-Assessnhle, now each 25c 



•\ soonijtnc Drill reaches i,00 ■< dcejgm Wiraised lo 50c. Oil will be reached ;i , ,s ( , , fort to 2,000 feet: Price 

thrn M , lllCl , ,.. q ■ 1 I haflge. Todaj 3gM-ouj dollar ! ' li! - 1,,r 2 5c 

Share Cash for an Option to Repurchase These Shares Any Time Within Six Months at $1.00 per Share 



I Will Pay sc per 



SEND FOR PROSPECTUS 



A. T. Frampton 



FISC AL. AND. TR ANSFER AGENT 

Mahon Building, Victoria, B.C. 



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Prices as low as consistent with first-class work. We have by far 

the largest and most complete office in British 

Columbia, comprising 



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Job Printing 

Lithographing 
Bookbinding 
Photo Engraving 
Copperplate Printing 
Embossing 



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Label Printing and 







Work done by us in any of the above departments cannot be 
-excelled throughout Canada. Our aim is to do only first-class 
work at reasonable prices. In fact we will not turn out a poor job. 
Cur object is to retain our customers with the quality of our work 
and the very reasonable prices. • . 

We carry by far the largest and most complete stock of Flat 
Papers and Envelopes in British Columbia, and are always pre- 
pared to execute anything in our line, whether it ; be a Visiting 
Card or Commercial Work of any kind, printed or lithographed; 
Pamphlets, large or small Labels, plain, colored or varnished; 
Ruling, Punching. Binding Law Books, Blank Books, large or 
small; also making cuts or designs, such as Line Drawings, Zinc or 
Copper Half-tones. Lithograph Maps equal to any that can be got 
from the Eastern cities. 

We are sole agents for the Tengwell Loose-Leaf Files and" 
Binders, also the celebrated Majestic Loose- Leaf Ledger, the best 
on the market. ..,•■■' 

If merchants and others that-have been getting their supplies 
from the East would give us a chance to compete before sending 
their orders away, they will find the work can be done better at 
home and at the same price in equal quantities. 



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N. SALT SPRING "ISLAND. ' 500 PfiK-T 
■WATKKI 'Hi INT - 1 10 Acres, with 'Mi fenced, 
7 acres ■ ■ i « ared /e nil under crop.' 



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four-roonird house, good log barn, 3 ehlek- 
I'ti houses., new, a, good well ami two living 
spring, .'in fruit Breesl mostly apple, isvery 

tit of this land in good, ami contains 1,500 

With good .I'M p water. 



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- BEAV ER. POmT. SALT SPRING ISLAND, 157 
; ACUi-:s — 26. acres slashed. _io fruit trees.. 

Good log cabin, small te'rii ami slieep sled 
Lake frontage. Road runs through this prop- 
erty, and la also-en the new read to saw mill. 
Price, en terms $1,650. 



• HANDSOME RESIDliNGri WITH 
TWO ACRES OF GROUND 

Hit' surroundings arc all that 
could be desired, and the Ideation* — 
Rockland Avenue- is the finest and 
most exclusive in Victoria. Eyery- 
thin.i; that goes to nv.l-i- tip a m«>d- 
crn residence, with delightful 
grounds, will he found in- this ins- 
lance. 

Price is $25,000 on which fav- 
orable terms will -W-triv cn.- , 



150 ACRES SALT SPRINC ISLAND — Nearly 
20 acres cleared, .and the larger portion can 
be cleared with very little trouble. Close to 
water, and just off the main road. Land iB 
all good. Price $3,500 on terms. 

vESUvirs bat; salt spuing island. 

550 ACRES — About 30 ueres of this Is cleared 
and the balance Is In very good timber. 
Property has a water frontage, with In ex- 
cellent bay. Price, $12.00 per acre. 

150 ACRES S. SALT SPRING ISLAND—Mttin 
road runs through property.. 20 acres of ex- 
celent ploughing land, two good fruit bearing, 
orchards and lots of small fruits. ' Lake iB 
well stocked with trout. There are a few 
buildings OH the land. Price, on terms, $2,500. 
Adjoining wharf In front of this property can 
be purchased, a blacksmith's shop for $500, 
and a good summer site next to wharf can 
also he bought for $500. The latter would 
make an l.h-al location for a summer hoarding 
house. 



FARM 



from the city and less than quarter of a 



Situated in KM|uimali dist rid, being four mile 
mile from Hag station 011..E. & X. Railway, 

52 acres, of which i'4 acres are cleared and under cultivation, balance in rock 'and timber, 
there being about 2,000 cords of wood. _•■ ' 

The land is all tile drained and fenced and has an o rchard of 1.4(H) trees. 1,300 Pippins 
3 1-2 years old, 100 .assorted pears, peaches, etc., of which 20 are in full bearing. 

New ' I ~ 2 store_\ dwelling of six rooms, bath and gantry, small cottage, four new chick- 
en houses and usual barns, four wells of good water besides running stream. Ail ideal place 
and a monev maker. 



Price $14,000 on Easy Terms 



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B.C. LAND & I N VESTMENT AGENC Y 



Money to Loan 

Phone 1076. 



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Home Or Farm 



• .. Six Acres. 300 yards from Cit\ boundary" atid 
ten minutes from ear, 3^ acres cultivated and plant- 
1 it. with Son apple .trees just branny, and about 
14.000 small fruits. Large house, in good repair, 
with stable 26 x 32; Citj water and teiepHbne. 

Splendid for sub-dividing. 

Price $12,000 

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Five Houses 

All large and in good repair, within y 2 -m\\e circle,' 
standing on two lots, with 1 20 feet frontage, third 
lots from. Street cat 1 . Pays '10 per cent. 

The Value of ftiis property is steadily increasing. 
and the above offers an investment not to be equal 
led in any part of the city. - ' 

Price $9000 

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FOR A FIVE^ROOMED COTTAGE M". \K PARLIAMENT 
BUILDINGS, containing gas, electric light, bath, hot and cold 
water. .lx>t is 60 x 120., For terms and particulars apply to 




GRANT & LINEHAM 



P.O. Box 307 



Head Offices- 



633 YATES STREET 



Phone 664 



LINE HAM-SCOTT SAND & GRAVEL CO. 
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WILL NOT F. 
JOINT FIRE HALL 



City Will .Not Accede to Wishes 
of Oak Bay Municipality — 
Amendment to Building By- 
law. 



The suggestion advanced by the 
municipal council of Oak Bay. that 
that municipality and t li « ■ city might 
co-operate in the establishment of a 
i somewhere da the western 
limits of the city.' io as to afford fire 
pTot< tlon to Oe I as pro- 

jn 
thi immediate vicinity of 1 I B 

- ; cis who will recommend to tl 1 
1 ouncil that i • • 

idopted. 

The ;n;ii tel n< ip 01 
tibn at last iiighi the, 

• 1 1 irdens. Alderman Mabte point- 
1 1 out thaj bherfeia no monay ave.il- 
. it purpose this vear and 
led that tin" 1 
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ilri'larini is 

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fire chief Mention to the num- 

ber of roof fires and the danger, when 
shingles become alignt, oX sparks fall- 
ing through into the atti recent, 
many buildings have the shingles mere- 
ly laid upon ship lathe constituting a 

menace. The fin* chief stated that while 

•d hot been officially notified yet 

I cm m 11 that if 

some such an maile to 

auction in insurance 

rates on all buildings so 

would result. 

The flesirablity of making-the pres- 
ent in ' rlc wiring 8 per- 

manent official of the city and giv- 
ing him power not only to inspect the 
.• In new buildings in, course of 
construction but also giving him pow- 
er to Inspect the wirlug of all build- 
ings" ussed and the matter re- 
t'l rred to the «lectrie light committee. 

SOUTHAMPTON, ENGLAND.. 
- AN UP-TO-DATE PORT 



and 



eastward as 



Imrrense Docks for New Fifty Thou- 

rjnd Ton Steamers — Has Greatly 

Improved Water Facilities 



The problem of the leviathan ship 

and the leviathan een work- 
ed out in the m 

-ful way at Southampton, 
whicb 

r( tl ■ 1 1 • ■ '-• 1 1 >• dew 

ll It" port, and as such 

it- is making wonderful p is, It 

; it noi "i chaili ng imparlson 

with London or Liverpool in the vol- 
ume ot traffic handled, but it is ahead 
or ' th o rn both In the facilities it at- 



ist to Dundee 
far as Hamburg. . 

To be the headquarters of 10 differ- 
ent lines of ocean steamers and half a 
dozen Channel services should l» 
tlnctl *h even for a first - 

port. Southampton has. In addition 
to that, the honor of being, regularly 
I by a number of forelKii HneK 
To all of the-m ,it re nd er s better aer- 
vice- of its kln<l than they could^get 
shinff-lftd-lfrnyxvhere. else. It gives them rapid en- 
trance and exit at all statea of the. 
tide; easily accessible berths; a 
quay space and shed room. In a word 
Its accommodation for/all the special 
kinds of traffic It la/s Itself out for 
is unique 

Southampton la^ peculiarly fortunate 
in the outlet/to the sea. Its main 
channel, familiarly known as South- 
ampton Water, combines in a remark- 
able degree, width, depth and free 
ing. It lias BO much spare room that 
during the off season a dozen Ad- 
miralty !• 's cajn De laid up in 
it without Interfering in the slightest 
with the regular traffic. The chan- 
nel Is perfectly Innjic-ciu of bars, sand 
banks, or other roSfructions. [1 is 
self-scouring. Little*" or RV^dredgthg 
Is requln it clear, and the 
whole strength of the dredging de- 
partment Is at present, concentrated 
on de- g operations. When the 
era of 50,000-ton liners opens up there 
will be, four different water levels at 
South n'l latest 
will be tl I • ■ of the new dock, 
when ' ii tanlcs 
ommorlat. I There Will 
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$200 — Reg ina Ave, Parkdalc, 50 feet very easjcjerin^. T~ 

$450 — Icrnwood rm&T5o'icct, nice prassy lot, fine view. 
$95° — ( >ntario street, 59 feet. Cheapest lot on street. • 
$2,100— Lindetravenue. near Richardson St.,-a-dandy bargain. 

The abo ve lots a re all very desirable properties, either 
from a builder's or speculator's standpoint. ' ,. 



National Realty Co. 

Phone 1165 ' 1232 Government Street 



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Dorothy Oxford, ""daughter of th- 
of Oxford, is coming, to Spokane early 
in October to visit her grand i 
Daniel C. Cor' id'.-nf oT the Spo- 

1 ii ■ !> ti ■"'' oual rsllway eompsoy and 
railroad builder, mining operator 
and beet sugar manufacturer of the 
a ne dlsti mother, a daUgb 

ter of Mr. Cnrbln, died a ■ Lady 

fathei is a descendant of the 
family of Horace Warpole, fourth e a r ], 
^*f riTfnrf »Bit1i.> Hh r «rv ^nntatnn »n^ 



■■ . • " • . .;it sharl ; i ' ; to shipping 



it provides deeper Idi port of the 



.•I 'mi Bay's burden, Np extra res- 
poii si bill 1 il,c ilaced upon the 

present <3< pari mi I 

fire fJWef Dai 1- stat< 1 tli.it ht b 1 
fg< sted I 

palit ..: ■ and 

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a -loll ' ■ 1 ■!''! I'" tor Oal Bj 

puichasi ' I ■ : - ■• .■ ■■ efct the h&Tl and 

::..: a 4X3 : -' ' 

A.]derm & Oah Ba; 

to i^ro- 

i.-ctioii while Alderman R id .ug- 

i,-,i the ,"" haai d1 - into - 

engine « hli h muni - 
.1, 11 as, but it wa 

there would ! ',- 

engine b. | - .. 

ties • 1 "ul tie r ii" re are 

tlons 01 I hi 1 '■"■ '■■ hi re then I 

protei i • tnd - rv1 should 

Im-h.-m the 1 • Identa 1 1 : 

ers ol the city. 

The chiej 1 :i ; 1 ■ ■ ■ ; 

1, ,,,1 to Bret oui Idi l hi H 1 miti 
was eommcndi : 

An amendment to tl building by- 
law ■ vi herebj - • : ! "'' In fu- 

ture v* ill be required •■ ■ : 

J.s\ er 0J mortar or 

tos paper laid upon 1 ■ lefori such 

xoofs are Bhinetied ' ; " 1 "- ' rh " 



of the- books prmte.i on his pr 
world, press in the gothlc -mansion on Sti 



ifei tJii:. Thames or the 1 though Southampton Is rapidly paining , | . , . 1 1 j 1 1. She is studious and has lit 

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tld 1 ; - 1 mor 

laxity. '1 irreht 

splits 

-■• ' Wight, 

one-half running Straight up Into 

Southampton 

half Is drivei and 

up Soul 11 the 

■I- tide arrives at 

1- the 

• rii,. grsi ■ .- Che 

second comes In i ympton 

four hour if high ' ECS" of 

work- 
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ously in 1 1 1. '•••> 

Soul |s at pre iei 

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1 ' ,: , Channel! i 1 

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m 'in. Bi tgian, Duti b and .- ; I S 

teamei trading to Vmerica. 11 Is 
.the ii. 1 1 ural gati Up 

1 ra rib of nearlj all tht 
of i-'.n«iand. An imne o w amount of 

-■ i Sub i,ad ' b&nni I l i ■• l 
trated In it The graal ocean 
v be ii discharge and load up 
Southampton have a hoot of feeders" 
a t i.e. bed to them, which distribute and 
• ollei i - argo all the way round from 



friends. Tie ii advantages of 

the t • - • • ' I -■-..• is a 

uertaln aoiflua^ of rescmblanee in their 

physical contour. * 



German Cruisers for Turkey 

Cl 'VSTAXTI-.i il'l ,!■:. Aug. Ll— It Is 

re that the government -have 

l to purchase from ■ y two 

il',000 toin b.r £500,000 

each. Thi- for imnv - 

ind TUrklah crews will be 
, ii. ... ' ■ , ■ ■ . 

over till vessels. It is ftddl 

b . -• . • !..-r taken on the 

icquiring a Dreadnought 



tie or no Im linatloi bin.- 'in 

oi . ,in lac.i, it Is gtvep out that she 
will noi be een ii any functions' in this 
city or eis'ewhere during the cofnjng 
season. Hi father visited in Spokane 
several yi u ij i, ,.whf n he passed sdme 
time In the natural game pre. 1 -- 
flehins grounds in various parts of .the 
Inland Kmpire. of the Pacific north- 
west. 



BARONESS VAUGHN 



Oil Steamer for Hamburg Line 
ii \Mi'i.b";. \ug. ll.- The n 
burg UumlkH I m havi ffiyi n ord« rs 
I-- Mi ; and y*oaS to build 

petroleum tn'ot 

8,0*00 t" :i,oii" ' ii-oi.-r :..i 

- . uia freight ti • ■ ■ 

The vessel is to ha - [iced of 

• mpe 

■ ■led a .- - i-l'ii I ears' eontl 

' - omp m\ for the 
trans] rt I I'argt i - of .oil. 



Woman Who Was King Leopold's 

Morgantic Wife About to Marry 

Frenchman 



age is not kn'iwn, and the staff of de- 
fies guarding the hlKh- , walle<l chat- 
teau - 1 I hat their ' n is at 

the .•-■ Baroness Vaughn is 17 

years old and Durieux 50.. 

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Strike Breakers .Deported 

WtNNIPBG, Aug, n. -I 'er refusal to 

takxi — the— oath of allegiance to King 

George" 20 .strikebreakers from the 

United states were deppf^ed today. 

• n brought' here to work 

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car _xhu.ps. 



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inden Ave.! 



Near Fort Street 



Very desirable modern House, on lot 55 x 150 to a larte in rear. 

.-FOR ; . QUICK SALE 

■Owner will accept low price for this. week only. Exclusive^ 
listing — ask 'to sec this /property. 



Heisterman For man 



1207 Government St. 



Go. 

Phone 55 



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C. N. R. and H. B. FL . 

Aug. h.— in an 

view Wm. .Mackenzie expressed the 
opinion thai the Canadian Northern 
railway' would', leaee and operate the 
Hudson Baj ■ railway under a similar 
arrangement whereby t8w • Grand 
Trunk leases the Transcontinental, lie 



I»ady Oxford to 
BPl HvANK. Vl 1 . 



Vi«it Spokane. 
A.Ug. i I I ,ud-. 



Aug, 11. Harone8S "Taughn, 

who was reported to. have i> 

■ ■■ wife ,.i - Me late Kinfl Leo ■ 
pold of Beifl linn baa announced hi 
Kagemeni .-. : t b 1 ;n .. ■ ■ nx, n ' p - 

ni.-rrhnnt tt\ (Tl rl '■ n.tilly-sur- 

>>-\\i>- 1 ■ li ■ .. m thftl I hirleux has been 
■ lb ci-i.ii of 1 lai 'ne" - VaugrrtTs nnan 

■ ■' . iiiiatlc flight 

1 :,-, .-.in on ' I •• death K ing Lieopold 

1 he n o 'Oi- 1 1, eadovi 1 -I with an Im- 
mense fortune by the I- lng| - 
ii- Ing Biumptuously, nit hougl In 1 iHi 
greatesl privacy, The dati of the marri- 



1 out that, the Canadian North - 

I charter td 
idson May. 

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Traffic Agreement Made 

1:, utahi \ UK. n 11 • 

-. - New 

with officers of the Western 

cltic railway, three prominent officials 
of the Tokyo Risen Kaisha , Qriental 
Steamship company are going borne. 

'through Sail 
In a special train over thi >f the 

There v.-ere it, 
William 11. Av e r y; ■ aw 
s. Okawa, 

lent, and M. Shiraishl. 

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BROCKVTLa ' M 1 ! 

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trial ai 11.. 

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±\/ ' Ii A^'bVV G W Ub l ^ Pr- Li i T TIffiRE YET j 

Fouri [JLarge Sized Lots on "Longs Cove— \Yc can deliver 
• -tlni'ijt fur 'this week at $2,700 for the four. Easy trnns.. 
One^/LaTge Lot on Langs Cove — 60x120 for this aveck, only, at- J 

$^300. ■ • ' '' ',— ' * 

Threle Acres Waterfront— Magnificent view, $8,500, _Onc- 



thinl ra^h.'hal. .1. 2, .^ years. 

Royal Realty Company 



615 Fort Street J 




1831 ACRBS-^Good land. 3S, to 40 

millions feet merchantable timber, i.Quu 

i of sheep, more or less; two 4-ropm 

houses, well. fttC This is a snap; 

12,000 will handle this. For pal 

lffrs apply 

W. J. Cox, Capital Mercantile Agency, 
18t8 JJangle tr« ■ ■ ■ 



day, Mrs. Holmes hai - • 

orncticnb 

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her husband he 

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Comox, Vancouver Island 

nd bush farms; na- 

itage' H> alatrtoi at ail pric««. 

I .' i fnlnjf ■ eiintry ; Rood local 
market. 

Appi', Beadnell & itiscoe, Keai 

ffistati Vc, 1,".. I'ernox mid C'oiirt- 
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Overlooking 
Victoria Arm 



Seven-roomed modern two storey shingled dwelling 
comparatively new. jrewly pradol cement sidewalk. 

♦ Rooms include : Vestibule cloak room, hall, (lrawinj;- 

♦ rooiti, den, diningtoom, kitchen, pantry and scullery 
T do wri_gtair^- Three bedrooms with clothes closets, hath- 
T room, toilet and linen room up stairs', House was well 
t built for owner and heated with hot air. large open grate 

in drawing room, stone foundation, large basement wi'h 
^—stationary wash tubs, house weft ventilated and first- 
class plumbing throughout. 

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We have for sale the Property situated on the corner of l-ortA ancouvcr 
and Mcars Streets, having a frontage of 6b leet on Fort street, and running- 
IWr'OUgb to Mears street. During the past two weeks, more property on 
h'ort StrejgJ lias been sold than in any other part of the city. hort street is 
at present, and always will he, the main thorough !"arr leading from the best 
residential part of the town. As soon as the proposed improvements as to 
widening' and lighting- are finished, the street will quickly become one of the 
main retail streets of Victoria. . 



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Telephone 
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R. S. DAY & B. BOGGS 



Established 

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1206 Government- Street * Victoria 



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12 Lots, Fell Street. 50 x i,V • • •' 

4 Lots, Leighton Road, 44 x 104. . . • • • • 

2 Lots, Leighton Road, 44 x 104. ..'..... • 

1 Lot, Duchess Street, 54 x n8 . . . • • ;• A, 

. ,1 Lot, Chamberlain Street, 63.-) x 1 _>o . . ... . • • • • • 

Oak Bay Avenue Neighborhood 



.$800 each 
.$750 each 
.$800 eScfi 
.$700 each 
.$850 each 



■'=; Lot^ Lifth Avenue andMonnt Tolmie Road. 56 x t20 ....$400 each 

1 lot' Lift!! Avenue and Mount Tolmie Road L g6x 1 jo rr-ffiS* A' 10 ! 1 . 

i Lots Fifth Avenue and Motmtfotmk Road. 55 x i65 •. . • « • .J250 each 

1 Lot Fittii Xvetitir.v.td M.auit-Xulm .e Road, 55 x 168 ....... r:, .$300 g|h 

TToY ■ Fifth Avemn and Mount tolmie Road, 4-' * "> f > : ■ Wo eac 

Very Eas\T6rms on all ot above 



errL_Bungalow v Hampshire Road, 

Mo^t Desirable Location, $7,000. Terms. 

Five-roomed cottage on Craigf lower Road, 
and two large lots. Price $2,500. Easy terms 



APPLY TO 



Fire Insurance "a^Specialty 
P. O. Box 167 



COLES & ODDY 



REAL ESTATE, IXSL KAXCKAN M > hi NAN CI AL AGENTS 
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GREEN & BURDICK BROS, 



w <? have some good acreage In 
small blocks, fur sale at Col- 
.► wood, on very easy terms. 

Several Mocks of land bn and 
* * near the new Mill Bay road/ 

Also several business proper- 
ties In the heart of 'Victoria. , 



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Real Estate Insurance 

Cor Broughton and Langley Streets 

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Phone 1518 



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\ Abutting on Lake ; 



t ."7 aires of good land. 250 fruit 
s bearing. Close to steam- 
boat landing. Small bouse, barn 
and s t ables. A n Ideal spot. 



R. B. PUNNETT 



ALBERT TOLLER & CO. 



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604 Y«t«i Str»«t 



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ments, 7 per cent interest. '- 

HOWARD POTTS 

Bownass Building, Broad St. 
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front of excellent sanrl 

beach; price per acre... 
Lot, Menzies' 8t, near Sim 

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Larjie tot, Superior, St., fiOx- 

near Kovernme.u hldgs, . S210O • 
" BuslnciR \c/. 60x120, E.«nulmnlt 

road. h/f\veen Rock Bay and 

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111 A Desirable Place f o r 

Your Home 




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J Largrs lot, Kize 60x120 feet; good, J 

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:L\ A I'F.W CHOICE LOTS LEFT I X _ 
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All within one block and less of the ear 

Lots all level and cleared. Close to Foul Bay Beach 
Building Restriction .on every lot. 

Price $550 Per Lot . 

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The Oldesl Scottish lire Office 



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Phone 1888 618 Trounce Avenue 



MAHON BUILDING 
Tel. 1462 



Business Property 
Farm and Fruit Lands. 
Houses and Uots" 

Insurance. Rents, 
and Money to Loan 

, Conveyancing. 
Notary Public 



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No. 1164. 

Lot 'on Oscar Street, 
just off Linden Avenue. 

$1,250 



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Choice buy on Linden j 

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Comprising abbul 1 1 2 acre being pari - I 

vt< >',fl" bropertyi on Moss ' en I ■ ' anp 

avenue.^ Two tennis courts bti the property an< a 
fine old oaK trees. Tin- 1 ne ' 

beautiful sites i"i a hom< in Victpi ia F01 pri 



By This Snap 

A NEW 1. ROOM BUNGALOW— 



♦ ox ijo, next to corner. 
Full sized lot On the ahovr ■ih...rnughfare, close' 16 V*ri- \ * close in. with ^^nd rev- ♦ 
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Ilrien closet. Knamel 1 a 
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Mnody Block, Yates Streel 
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A 7-BOOMED BUNGALOW I 

Handsomely designed ati&. v. ,i.i J 

finished lu every pattti-nlnr, r;m. * 

talntns dlnlbg hh<i drawing rooms t 

kttohen with ail cohvenlejjcea, 2 i 

bedrooms, bath and toilet, on the I 



WILLIAM MONTEITH 

' ••■•-'.• Real Estate, Loans, Insurancs 

Chancery Chambers * 1218 Langley Street . 



PRICE 




$11,000 



iii.i fiiinl', i wf-ij Unlshed bpil 
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riiotius apatajrai targe ball, veraii * 
dab a 1 1.. i back porch , gwjd .h ase- 



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<<\n. $600 cash. balance — aay 
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hnusv, modem In ev«ry i*»pjeot ♦ ♦ li.'llailCC t«> arrange. . ♦ | iiu Broad St. Late Stewart. « 

turnai | b. balance 1 26 * * . Robertson Co. ♦ 



I 2 I.'- | 12,000 ♦ ♦ : |26 * I • ft Robertson Co. ♦ 

♦ J 80X120 Near Blahchard I 20,000 ♦ t „,,. „,„„,„. J , ,i i^^, ,,,,^,^ ^ 

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: ; B.qaimait, "t Stanley avenue , : : ^ ^ : , . , _, 

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VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



Friday, August 12, 1910 



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FOR SAN 
FRANCISCO 



Southern California 

Leavln* Victoria at » »-_"*' '^ u t r T \JJi» r 1' 
Hitmen QUEEN OB CITY OF PUEBLA 

. . " THROUGH SERVICE; 

L«*v« Seattle 10 a. ro.. •»•»»•' ° ov " 

EI1NOR OR FR ESI DENT, Au«-l».l». 

For 86uit>,east*rn Alaska. COTTAGE CITY 
• r CITY OF SEATTLE !e»vei Seattla » V. 

'"ticket'akd freight 3 OFFICE— 1U7 

Whirr alrwet. Phone ♦. 

R. P. RITHET 4 CO., Ltd.. A«»nts. 

^-X»-"DT7NA>TN. Gen., Passenger A«ent. 

113 Market St.. San Franqlaeo 
For 'further Information obtain (older. 



Port 






Friday, August 12th 

S. S. Iroquois 

LEAVES VICTORIA 

3 a.m., 12 noon and 4 p.m. 

• Returning Leaves Port 

Angeles * 

2 p.m. and 6 p.m. 



10 a.m. 



50c 



ROUND 
TRIP 



50c 



Vessel Resting Between Two 
Rocks Which Hold Her From 
Breaking to Pieces On Sen- 
tinel Islet 



NINETEEN OF 

CREW ARRIVE HERE 



The Misses Russell Also Arrive 
—No Fog When Vessel 
Struck — Wreckers Should 
Reach Scene Today 



SEATTLE ROUTE 



S.S."1R0Q10IS M 

i On the Seattle-Port ToWBSend-VlotO- 
ria Rome withdrawn until further no- 
tice. '' 



JAMES MoAETHUB, Agent. 
Phone 8M4. x ! v ' ■' 



treet. 




Through tickets and through bill!" of 
lading arc ivw Issued from Fugst 
,-,... ,,.a .«uid_J3r.Uii h Odumh a p .rt.s v 
Ml,., B - >'. Dawson. Y. T. and FaTn- 
1 mkii Alaska. Connections made at 
Skagwav with our dally trains, at 
White Horse and Caribou with our 
ilvcr and lake steamers and at Dawson 
With steamers tor points on the Lower 
Yukon river. 

Fur further Information apply, 
TRAFFIC DEPARTMENT W. V. * Y. R. 
406 Winch Building; Vancouver. B. C. 



Balancing "herself betWecrrtwo pin- 
nacles of rock high above thewaCer a1 

low Hi,- with a rest on the after keel, 
ttie steamer ['rimess May, which ran 
ashore at 12 ' P< "'■• "" the iporning 
of august i.'lnX i' at. mow stands 

in great pert! of being a total 

Id there arise a storm f any .con- 
sequence. As she stands it la .1 nflr- 
b ti thai She has -~not-topplrd over 
before— this , In rtHwlth the irrlval 

of the wrecking salvor Santa Crus at 
Sentinel Island today it La 
thai sho will be pulled oft within a 

Hanllv two tod 
Is to be found around ,! " vessel a t 
u at-r, w hiif ail bal entei 

1 hole of ten feel squan 
ships i" h " r st '•' i'"''""'i - ,l1 ''- ' '' 
and re-fffla wjtti the rise and fall of 
the ' 

Then'' was no fog the night of the 
The light on it" Isl ■ ■' ■ ■ ■ 
lit. hut Hit' .ship was IVj mil' • out of 
her course, travelling at betwei 
and 14 knot*. When the vessel struck 
she scraped the rocks until she, 
Ltnidship and there hung for 
one hour and a half."' Then with the 
failing 6f the tide, while people were 
heiim taken from the. ship in boat 
the Is! tnd, she slid 
feet Into the sea. If there had been any 
cause for panic among the passengers 
it was at this point, but all kepi a 
cool head compm idly a 

trap of any description was lost. . It is 
stated that it is only the stauhch 
construction of the Princess May that 
has saved heir from Breaking in two on 
the, rnckH, the only- fear bel.HK storpiy 



a. m. 

»■ Point Grey. — Overcast; calm; 

♦■ thick seaward; 30.04; 64. 

»• Tape hazn. ---Clear; N. \V.; 

a 30.02; 69; sea moderate. 

♦- Tatoosh. — Cloudy; a. E. 10; 

a 30.10; St', In, steainor AU Utile 

•■ Dollar, 4.35 a., ui.; out. 1'ui.on 

•- Oil Co.'S .steamer 4.50 a. in.; out, 

♦• barkentine Aurora, 6 a. in.; 

♦ out, barge Palmira, towing c.ol- 
♦• iah, 5.66 a m. 

♦ Pachena.— -Cloudy; 8. E.: 

♦ 30.06; 64; , sea moderate; 

♦ Quadra at Bahfieid over night, 

♦ landing at Cape Beal'e today. 

♦ Estevan.— Cloudy; -light S. 
-a IC; 29.84; 63; sea moderate. 

♦ Ikeda.— Misty; calm; hght 
-a- swell. 

-a Prince Rupert. — Cloudy; 

♦ calm; ofiU84j 60j sea smooth; 
■a- spoke Santa Clara, 6 p. m., 
-•• — uoi Uibound off Digby island. 

-a- Triangle.— Hazy; N. E.; 29064; 

♦■ '10; light swell; spoke KinK- 

♦ fisher 7 p. m. 40 miles N. W. 
■*■ Triangle. 

-a- Noon 

-a Point Grey.— Clear; calm; 

♦ iSLaxi zl . ■ , - ; ■ . 

-a Cape Lazo. — Clear; N. W.', 

♦ 30.06; 56; see BBBBBfR; si. Denis 

♦ southbound, arrived I nion Bay 
■^ ' i i.i.. s 1" . raported Princess 
■a- Beatrice leaving Campbel l river 

♦ this morning and due at Van- 
■$■ "couver 6 p. in. 

♦ Tatoosh. — Clear; S. 20 miles; 
-a- SO.li; -I Armeria at buoy. 

Pai hens. I letrd] \ S. E.; 
60; heavy swell; Quadra 



immigration authorities. Hence there 
was no delay here, and as soon^as <Og 
Princess Beatrice tied up the passen- 
,gers scattered. . _.„„ 

Those who. came seat* « ^'f ^'\ ■ 
trice were: P. Burrnputfi, J. G, .«™- 
hack, G. C WadwoVth J. W$£™J 
D. Robertson, W. Scanlan, \~ . Abbott, 
D„MiOiinla,_Mlsa.-A01^ J JB!jUaa>k A - 
Hanson, A. C. Dunn and wlf- 
grain, S. L. Ingram, M. V\ 
and wife, A. Jones, A. 
11. Hiscoeks and wife, 
COCks, Miss Dobbin, 




Johnson, l>. Ci'e.n, II. QK 

w. i j ». Price, Miss 

Know, Miss 
Smith -and 



i',. In- 
Henderson, 
HI, Shannon, li- 
ttle Misses fcJlS- 
T. K. Atkins. P. 
BeddJsoB, Mi«s 

Allen. A. L.; Mather 

Ennis, Miss li. Know, Mr*- 

I'atrick, Mias Nelson, A- A 

wife. Miss Smith, Mrs. Bedderton, M ss 

Sedderson; H? S. King, mea BelV MIm 

Joh.lson, J. Scott and wife, W . I ■• 
Harm and wife, Mrs. 'Baker, .apt. 
Cunningham, Jack Dunn,, Mrs. MUler, 
j. c. Kihghorn and h. Bpbertson^' 

Speaking of the damage to the May, 
A C Dunn, of Minneapolis, said. Hi'; 
Princess Mav has her plates dented 
forward, and towards the stern the 
hull is rlpi«Ml-*.*p-a conaidfwible dis- 
tance, some estimating It at 4!* !• ■ 
One or two 6t the ribs are also broki n, 

but shlpidUK men s.-i in to 1 1 opinion 

that she can be sahed without mmdi 

difficulty, We have been treated very 
well, and we are thankful that the nus- 
hap was not more serious. It tnlght 
easily have ended In disaster. I * h Ld 
the vessel struck in a slightly ditfer- 
ent position she would have slid on 
.,,(.. deep uaie,. and that 
i.lv h ■ . , l, l to Loss of lite." 

Miss Ennis, who came south on the 
Bj fttrlce, held tightly to a cage in 
which was a subdued looking can 
This bird was through the wreck, but 
• u is saved :- ,; I ■ ■ '' 

•'sene.- ite that the- bird sans, wit 

i reaching. t !l ' i 
itlnel isla 



Record Northern Fishing Sea- 
son Now Passes Into History 
— Indian Fishermen Return 

_JBy.Venture . 



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53DJ 

-a- landing a,\ i ape Beaie at noon 

-a- i Btevan.rt-Clear; light s. i 

♦ 80.12; 68; sea moderate; - 

♦ gasoline Bchooners weMbOuhd, 

♦ 8.20 a. m. and 11. 45 a." m. t"l 
•a- spectively. 

jb -Prince Rupert. — CI ear ; light, . 

-a- west win 18; 70; spi 

♦ Cottage City 10 a.- m.. 'south- 

♦ bound, arriving Prince. Rupert 
-a 1 p. in. 

■a Triangle-Cloudy; N. K. , 8 

-a- miles; 30; 61 I ! tnpoth, 

lM'da.— -Overcast; light N. E.;' 
light — well. 

6 p. in. 

Point "Grey.— Clear; en! 

30.08; temp., 6; sea 
no shi piling^ 
■ i'< l.v/.o. — Clear; X. U'. 
wind; bar., 29.95; " i mp . 58; . 
sea smooth; no shipping. 

Tatoosh. — Cloudy; S. wind; 
16 miles; bar., 80.16; t. mp . il 
in, schooner William 11. Smith, 

il". p m.. i ' g 8. Amarla. 

Pachena. — Clear; X W, wtnd; 

bar . 311.15; temp., 58; light 

" Quadra at Cclue- 

let 116 P. 



YACHT ANEMONE 

BEING REFITTED 



one of the heaviest fishing seasons 
experienced in the northern rivers- of 
British Columbia is aUmit oyer. The 
majority of the canneries have receiv- 
ed their last scow load*-of fish from 
the water and art: now busily pro- 
pared in canning. The big rush of 
canned goodsHs not expected to come 
south for a couple of weeks yei. At 
times the canneries were 1 unable to 

handle the enormous catches that 
were brought bj the llshermen, and 
while it Is a light season on the 
I' "taser it has been a record one for 
the north. 

A large number of Indian fisher- 
men arrived here last night on the 
Bteftiner Vest ure which reached port 

from Prince Rupert Stewart and all 

ports of call; leaving again fea — t-he- 
north in the rath morning Three 
hundred passengers and 40 cases oi 
salmon were unloaded at Vancouver. 

About ten thousand bricks and a big 
general 'Cargo eira.s taken from berl 
!'».♦!' Prince Rupert. 
- On the i np just 6< impleted I here ■ 
h it'll'/, om ooj 'il between ' 

cb u Vei url omitted 

by the Boacowltz'liner and it was only 
-•,!• ii Judgment that she reached 
Union Baj with barely a shovel, full 
-o-f coal in her bunkei Hero 

bunkers weri replenished and ihe pru- 

' d south. 

id of ra ■ '■ "- i 

in!-', Stewart for Mackenzie & Mann 

d by the steamer off Ru 
They were being shi pped in a Is 
hulk from Vancouver in tow of a tug 

opt hy tho se on the Vent u r e- 



Northern B.C. Ports 



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B. raiHCEBS iotal Bail? Monday, August 18th, il p. m. and every 
ten days thereafter for Vancouver, Prince Rupert, Ketchikan. Ju- 
neau and Skagway. 

S QUEEN CITY, sails every Monday at midnight for Vancouver, 
Campbell River, alert .Bay. Hardy Bay and Rivers Inlet I 'aimer!,.,. 

8 AMUR, Willis on August SUnd, 11 p. m.. and fortnightly thereafter 

tor Vancouver Campbell River. Alert Bay, Namu,; Bejla -Bella, ikeda 

Mh V , Eoeke llarhor. Ski.lgi.le. Prince Rupert, Port ' Essln K to_n and 

Queen Charlotte, 

PKIKCESS BEATH.IOE sails from Vancouver August I8th, and 

Bv^ry .Thursday' thereafter a* n p." m., tor SWanaon Hay, Prince Ru- 
pert, Fort Simpson and Slewart. - 

I'or rates and further informa t Ion apply te- 

L. D. CHETHAM, 

1102 Government Street <"!•■>' Passenger Agent. 



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s. s. 




WILL SAIL FOR 

Skeena, Prince Rupert and Stewart 



ON 



THURSDAY, AUGUST 18th 



JOHN BARNSLEY, Agent. 

534 Yates Street 



Phone 1925 






New Owner Making Little Craft 
Spick and Span for North- 
ern Cruise 



Look 



Tim auxiliary yachj ■ 

. tly purchased by Mr. VS 

♦ , hdHer ,,t extensive 

Ihing scctiopy in- ' G m 

♦ bUl ' resident Ol 

u o ighly ovi 

♦ , .. comp 

♦ . hkrf in the upper harbor Mr-. 1 

♦ ho is a great lover of big game I 

♦ ing expects to leave on an extended 
■•■(cruise i" the north within a 

♦so. The trip will be for pli 

♦ and to hunt the grizzly and bi 
bear.' ■ 



curities 
295,000, 



fcrarch 31 last was £35,- 



Allanton on Fire. 
A serious outbreak 5f fire, has oc- 
. in i at IquiQue on board the Brit- 
Ish steamer Ajlanton. owne d bj Mr. 



Government Suez Canal Shares 
i Hobhoiiso, flnancia] secretary |6 
•, In a. MSi&m iaz 

Sandys, states .that_the 
holding of his Majesty's government in 
- i,i i i ■ . ii.i comp ■ 

■■ ns do Jouissanee, 
i value of these se- 



w. r. "it.'ii. The vessel was found to 

fire i> as bunkers whilst 

r the Tyne, the out- 

breakiheing apparently due to -pm- 

taneous □ .-Hon. The dama. 

■ pally confined to No; 2 hold in 
which there was nitrate of soda. The 
vessel's full cargo is worth over £40,- 
00.0,. 



Serapis Sails 

ECOsmos liner, Serapis, which ar- 

rived a< thg outer wharf Wednesday 

night left for Vancouver last night 

after discharging about 500 . tons of 

ral cargo here. 

♦ 

**" "' Narrow Escape^ . 



'The schooner Melrose, sail* 1 In from ' 

sterday through the 

tog, Attempting, to m:i!-r Port Towns- 

Bay, an anchorage for sal'etv Wp 

made off Point -Hudson. With a. lifting 

of the fog it was discovered thai 100 

■ i more progress on her course 

would have sent the scho'" | k ' • 



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Nineteen Arrive. 
who came south 



Union S.S. Company 

Of B. C, Ltd. 

Direct Service Between Vancouver and 



STEWART 

favorite passenger s 

"Camosun 



The favorite 



passenger steamer 



Leaves Vancouver every Wednen. 9 p.m. 
Ar. Prince Kupert every Frt «tfternoon 
Arrives Stewart every Satur. afternoon 
Leaves Stewart every Saturday 6 p.rr.. 
Leaves Prine« ItUpCrt every Sun. D a.m. 
Arrives VaneOttVer SVOry Tuesday. .9 a.m. 
Tickets from Victoria at 1105 Wharf 
street. Telephone 1164; 



S. S. "Gollege Widow 



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I.l'-C ' 



P. wharf on 



Monday and Thursday 

at 7.30 a. nrj. 

on Excursion to Gulf Islands 

arriv: k at Victoria at 

8.30 p. m. 



Round Trip 



$1.50 



Round Trip 



Tuesday and Friday 7.30 a 
for Mavue and other Islands. 
Ing Mayne tor V ict.oria 
Wedni ids "i' 1 Saturd 
a. if o' card. 

FYelght a. . , ,.i. | 



HOUSES BUILT 

On the 



Those who came south on the 
steamer Jeffer >n to Seattle reached 
Victoria \esterday. Xim. , n of the 
•ten porters, three firemen, live 
I ■), .,, se ■ 0O15B pnd ' be '>.'.rper — res 
here oh the charlotte from Vancouver, 
while Miss Russell and Mlsa rVlms 
Russell of this city came on the Prin- 
cess Victoria from Seattle al noon. 

en' other passengers reached Be 
attle on the Alaska liner, over 80 being 
left in Juneau to come south on the 
- Beatrice, which is due to ar- 
rive at Vancouver today. 

The story of (!e w. ■ k is told bj 
Mr. William Xorthrup, of Richmond, 
Va-, who was 'touring the North with 
his wife, runs as follows: 

' We were in our stateroom at the 
time the pi ned," tu 

"and were Immediately awaken'-.l by 

ipek. We rushed out bi 
and seeing that there « I 

time, as i have been in two 
shipwrecks, I knew that the best thing 
to do would be n we 

went out on • I that <■ 

thing was in good order, the passen- 
gers taking everything cooly. The only 
distracted pei two young 

men, both of whom, clad.oja.1. 
sers iting on life preservers. 

'One Qf_th£S< -oung. fellows attempt 
i . ,i Bret boat ' but 

the chief officer dn Im back. . I 

notic: 'men with children, 

'-'slated 'in; praying." 
Were Heroes. 
''The v. acted as heroes. 

The boats v. ■ ' red at one 

ad children taken off first. 
I followed soon after in t) le first ofn- 

boat. We bad scarcely left 

we lost our' lantern and 
were left In >irkness. We w< ■ 
I should dlsts of 1,500 feel 

on the beach near the 
. ; Rock lighthouse. 
"A great rnanj people left the ship 
icant (aed and 

cut feet and b ■ while walking in 

their et to the lighthouse. 

boats rnadi a numbei ■•< trips back and 
forth, ""it i "'.lock the stew- 

i, pai tmi "i i" ■ ng up 

t| ClOthittg in- the staterooms and 

nori i 'ill say thai 
nearly ail the paasengerB.- belongings 
.,:,' restored ..to -thern. A -number of, 

;' i] i.-u left lp nothing but their 

suffered minbi hai d i.i,i-: unl il 
clothes wi i • ri toi ed to them. 

■ i the pel son that deservei i great 
deal of-eoromendatiorj i j I he l' v 'i" r of 
the Sentinel RocU ItghthoTrsfe. Ha did 
everything In h) powei to make us 



I Tine. iu fper t. — CI ear ;"~T7r^ 

-a- W. wind; bar., 30.05; ' temp., 

♦ -ti7; sea smooth; in, .Cottage 

♦ <'it> 1.30 p, m.; out, 3 p. m. 
■*■ southbound. 

♦ Ikeda, — Cloudy; calm: sea 

♦ th; no shipping. 

♦ Triangle— Cloudy; K. EL 

♦ wind; bar.. 30.05; temp., 57.1 
-a sea smooth; spoke Spokane, 
-a northbound off Egg Island 6 

♦ p. m.: spoke Humboldt, north- 
.♦ hound il p. m. ' . 4 
■*■ Estevan.— rCloudy; calm; bar., ■*■ 

♦ 80-12; temp., 5*» heavy swell; -♦- 
■•■ Tees left westbound 1.15 p. m. '.«♦ 



CHIPPEWA DAMAGES 

HER KEEL BADLY 



Bids Have Been Opened for Her Re- 
pair — Iroquois Running to Port 
Angeles 



Excursionists 



♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦•-•■♦•♦ ♦ • ♦ ♦ 



v . i having seen placed i 
Mofan drydock "le is was found 

. k." 1 ' - Chipped 

ut sixty 
feet and bent over for nearly that 
distance, but although the plates were 
te nted. In • seve ral places and .-everal 
prung there has been- no 
break In the vessel's fabric and she 
was not leaking. Ritls have been 
or her repali a. 
The Iroquois arrived from Seattle 
-»• i his morning to' make three round 
♦ trips from this i .; to Port An. • 
where the annua! reunion "T the Wash-' 
ington Stale Klka* association takes 
place today. She leaves here.at 8 a.m., 
noon and i p., ml 



comfortable, used his own provisions 
and cooked meals all day for the 
pie. 

"That afternoon r boat's crew rowed 

i ii' net >i, r channel and Intercepted 

We were transferred that 

night, and taken to Juneau. Instead of 

"rinvfliip P-^frirn we 



Prince George Sails. 

. i ■ >■: ■ sails 

foi Prince R ad Stewart this 

mornlnK 



Installment Plan 



D. H. BALE 

ooarTKAOTom astd buildbb 

Phone 1140. 
Cor. Fort unit HtRdaeons F?Tr#«ts. 



rdations on th^ Jeffer-' 
returned to Hellingham. 
the tlrst-olass passengers 
and 22 of th. returned on the 

vessel." Mr. and Mrs. Northrup 
i homeward. 
All the passengers who have arrived 
from t i speak in 

' the crew of the 
vessel,, th> "'ting as men and do- 

ing everything possible for the comfort 
of their charges. The only persons to 
lose their self-control at the titm th 
yessel struck were not women, Aa most 
persons would sU] bdt two men, 

both of whom, were scantily clad, em- 
! from their staterooms and Im- 
medlai igan tb doh Life-preservers. 

• . pair Insl I do < n climbing 
Into the Brjst boat l,< ■ r< 3 from the 
vessel- until he was driven back by the 

Ulcers , — 

Arrivals at Vancouver 

i:R. Aug. 1 1. —At 3.30 
o'clock this afternoon , the 'Princess 
Whir.!.'., arrived 
from Juneau with about. 60 passengers 
day, W re< 1 ed at Sen- 
tinel I I '. I 

gangers 'Aire in liigh spirits and re- 
- irded the '* - a very entertain - 

Ing experi^m .. ' \V< i ■ BI To" k ho w v&c h 
.othei U during M rJ lJ tHA.eicne.rl- 

il it seems as If we were old 



Kumeric for Portland 
. After having discharged the re- 

I . ler of her cargo at Pugef 6 
portsr*trre-'- Ku i U til i'C -pmwerlr-tlown 

i- ■ • yesterday to commence 

ig her outward cargo. Second of. 
Thomas K. Walker is taking th.c 
examinations ai Vancouver for en 



papers. 



Otter Brings Big Cargo 

Lh:298 drums of refined oil, 335 
barrels of lower grade oil and 1371 
bags of guano, the freighter Otter of 
the Canadian Pacific steamship com- 
pany rea' outer wharf j 
day from the Pacific Whaling 

- station on the west const. The 
vessel encountered SORM 
erand had to shelter onea dur- 
ing the south passage 

— „ ♦ ... i . -• 

Turbiner Huallaga Lost. - 
The new turbine steamer llnallaca. 
construct'..] in the Mer Cr for 

and mall .service on the W< St 
Coast' of Both America has been totally 
lost bv fire. She wat »hed south 

of. Salaverrv on ,lul\ 26 and thr.-,. ,,f 
her ,-, [fbrted drowned.. All 

i ngers a: The Kuallaga 

r305 tons gross 

was fitted u]) regardless ..) 

having- both wireless, telegraphic in- 

tion and submarine signalling ap- 

nl la rices;- ~ - ' r ■' '. ■ 



OIL! OIL! OIL! 



Amalgamated Development Co. 






Our Statements 




ilntances," was th in which 

ady summed up the incident, 

'I'he passenger i wer< picked up ai 

the Princess Beatrice, and 

at Prince Rupert passed thi ''->nadlan 




GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC 



The Board ,,r Railway Commission* 
,. Vfi for Canada will hold a sitting at 

. . , , ., i on or about the Brs'l as y ot 
- apternbei ; '• i ". ai CHS hottr of in o'e*ook 

In the forei o for the purpose of hear- 

m ~ tnai ters, appll a " : mplalnts 

riled with the Board and Bei i ed upon 
the parties Interested In accordance 

with tie- Ri and Regulatlone, M the 

Boaid, 

By Order of the Board 

, A . D . I'ARTU KMIHT, 

Secretary. 




STEWART, QUEEN CHARLOTTE! I8LANOS, 

3,500 Tons - S.S. PRINCE GEORGE 

DOUBLE WEEKLY SAILINGS 
MONDAY, 10 a. m. EVERY PRIDATT, 10 a. m. 

FOB SEATTLE AT MIDNIOHT 
EVERY SATURDAY EVERY WEDWESDAY 

and Thursdays at Midnight. 



Full I'RIN'i'i: KUPERT, 



S.S. PRINCE RUPERT 



EVERY 



RETTTRWISTO — Leave Ssatt.le on Sundays 



Read This ! 



THE 



INTERNATIONAL DOUBLE-TRACK 

ROUTE 

i.'.vu lies a ii Points In 

Michigan, Ontario, Quebec, Maritime Provinces, 
New England, New ,;v York and South and East 

Via Any Route. 
Finest roadbed modern and luxurious trains V<>r Informal ion ns t6 

f arss ,. t ,. : ,u., tor folders and particulars re Grand Trun» Pacific points, 

;,,,,,!-,. at i, .,,, fuv office, Q I P dock, Wharf Street. rear of Post 

iffic*. Write or telephone 

W E DUPBROW, Telephone StSJ H IROl D hrown. 

,■ j. ^. •]• a lioek and Freight Agent CJ. T. JP. 8. S. 

Cnernl Agpiiey Tin. is Atlantic Steamship Fines. 



y- 



* 



Wallsend Disabled. 

Wallsend, 

bound from Portland wa 

duly 28 by the Ang 
Shipping compuhy.'s steamef Bangor. 
[>he wallsend was picked up disabled 

ith loss of her propellc! 
one of the. fleet 
VVitherini I 

i torasea, boiihoT ffbrn Hull tor 
h rohstadt, with coal, has arrl 1 i 
her deatihatlon with con lin- 

age i.eiow the waterltne caused, by j 
igrounding off the Danish coast. I 

— 1 — r-4 n- — . 

Salmon Makes Long Trip . 
i : RFTT. Aug. 11. --From Japan to 
et1 rryh ide hook 

noiiih,' i 

lieved i" • ' 

history of a Chin 
yesterday In Snohomish r'l fielii 
city bv a drift net fisherman. As the 

,no„ waa dTI • ' 

, ,;■-,,!' in, of 

iigiu shining from thi mouth of the 
., , - tnd fish. ; inve 
i 
with brass Biting i short, 

,, ■ leader n as fasi d in the 
mon's right upfii r. 3 " ! 
uiVusu ■ I horl and 

irb, "i am positive 
,.hi thai I offl ' -i 

ihe n Ihei man, "f"i- you i n'l I i ■■■ -.. • 
thlna like ii in this country." 



Cordova, Alkska, August 3.— The party of shareholders in the 
Arnalgamated Development company have now spent a week 11 
looking over the oil holdings of the company, and are impressed 
with the extent-a id nature of the resources. The party has visited 
.Katalla wells, Rfedwood well, Chilcat well, and headquarters at 
Chilcat and. Bur li creeks. The_members have seen the oil. bubbling 
in the borings afcd numerous seepages. The only pump already 
rigged up at Cmlcat welli^o. 1 yesterday pumped fifty-six barrels 
in a two-hour /est.. The high quality of the oil is unmistakable, 
and the party has been taken by surprise by the extent of the im- 
provements on the property, which include twenty-one miles _of 
wagon ; I. two and 'a quarter mile of' tramways, campsand machin- 
ery. Construction of a pipe line.tolvanak harrjor and the installa- 
tion of additional pumps, so that heavy shipments can be made in 
' the near future are the next steps. ^ 




" Thifl stock can be purcliased l>v holders of Northern, and Intcrnatifmal Cer- 
tificate ft Kxchan-e for; $1 J>er share,; Othens can buy for $2 per ^larC, par 
\-ahic $1. ...„„_ ; 



-- - 



AULD 



9 



GWIN & McCLARTY 

Telephone 4327 
518 Hastings St., W., Vancouver, B. C. 




• 



"SJ-> 



" 1 "" .'■■'■' * *"" * 



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,¥ 



Friday, August 12, 191» 



VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



1^ 




Cents 



You can get 

a half-pound package of "Salada" Tea sufficient 
to make ioo cups. 

"Salada" is grown in the best tea districts 
of the island of Ceylon; at an altitude of Over 
5,000 feet. It includes only the tender leaves 
and buds of /he tea plant. It is packed in air- 
tight lead packages to prevent contamination. 
Its purity is guaranteed. 

"Salada" is never sold in bulk. 

Ask your grocer for "Salada" Tea' or 
send for a free trial package. We mail 
it without charge. K;iy whether you 
use Black, Mixed or Green 'left and 
the price you pay per pound. 



M^sss^iMdZt 



Yfiarljr •*!«•' 
•O.OUO.OOO 



"Salada" Tea Co. 

Dcpt. "A" 52 Yongo St. Toronto 

BRANCHES- Montreal, Boston, Buffalo, Detroit, Chicago, 
tJICVeland, Pittsburg-, St. Louis and New York. 



APPLES ON THE DECLINE 



ggg a m a a i ffv ^ £s v 

^a»„^. on l.r. 1 . is r* t-* w.v«iiiiN( iTi ) IM Kit ^^ 






They will NOT telescope 
They will NOT splinter 
They .will NOT burn 



ey r have Wived 
the problem of protection 
for passengers 

GO EAST IN THEM 



OVER THE 



Oregon &f Washington 

R~," l-^.-,,4 LINE op TtlE 
cllirOtlQ SHASTA LIMITED 

O. R. fcf N.,0. S. L.atid Union Pacific 



Deterioration of the Industry In On- 
tario Reported by Guelph Professor 

NIAC.AUA FALLS, N, V., Aug. 11.— 
That tli.- apple industry of I intarl.i Is 
on the decline ami that Coir i]tt>!.ii 

)i-;irs tin- quality of tbfl fruit produced 

hais been slowly but surety doterlorat 
ink i« the opinion of JAmes Crow, pro- 
fessor "' iH.moli'Ky at the Ontiuin Agri- 
culture aoHoge; Quelpt£ who spoke oil 
Canadian apples, at tiu j Cnterpational 
a ]>|.iif; rnvvcr.s' convention over the 
river Some fifteen or more years ago 
tiif apple lndustrj of Ontario wan at Its 
h.'st. declared' Prof, Crow. Since t lint 
tboe for various causes there has be^n 
a general decline "f interest in apple 

orcharding, a Kuuui'iil, lucre-use In the 
percentage of defective apples, and i 
general failing off in tin- quantity o-f 

K"<»il npult'-s Xluiiiiu; Llieh v.uv ._lu mux 

ket.. At the present time the industry 
.Is coming tn llty in a few localities. 'hut 
over the province generally orcliaxdinj 
is Mill on the decline. There are m.iii \ 
Idealities of Inland Ontario where orch- 
ards are to be found. In must seotlOHS, 
however, orchards are small In size 
Hood growers in the Inland districts 
are feu and far between, in the Itfl* 
agara district and ESsses and Kent 
eouniii's solo,- planting of early sum- 
mer varieties is being made. These are 
mi. nd< -i to supplj t be nor) h* est map- 
teet during I • • irly part ol the ■ u in 
There is probablj no bettei appie-grow- 
mg proposition than this, but at the 
• - n tune. only, small quantities of 
this early fruit are ai ailabl 



1 'J li.oo 


>, , 


08.00 




L20./90 


120,ihi 


fOi.iHI 




Tii.mi 






28 00 


6,25.00 


800.00 




, .86 



Bi ''. Perm, Loon . . 

Dominion Trust Co. . 

tit West Permanent 

Pacific Whaling com. 

Pacific Whaling pfd. 

.Stewart hand ...... 

S. A. fcjerlp „■ 

Hitter Creek ....... 

Hear River Canyon . 

Glacier Cree k .' 

Main Beef ......... 

O. K. Krai'tion 

P6rt land I 'ana I 

Red ' 'i ill's 

Stewart ^'- ' l,H ' ' '• • 

XuKKl't Cold 

Laa.quetl 

l.iirl<y I 'alunii'-t 

SnoVi storm ....... .-.:.. , . s 

Snowshoe , .'..... 

Rambler CarlBBO • • ■ , :~—~ ^8— 



. LB 



.88% 

I in 
2 '," 

MS 

'I : 



."25 

.::; 
.in 

4. mi 

,1M.,, 

,08 

i . :'. 

.0B Mi 
.30 



. • Sales. 

750 Portland Canal al H3V6; 10,000 at 

nic.i,; r,.an" at :;i'-u. 

,'ti Stf'Wat t M and I ' at $.; •■> ,. ' 



(Furnished 

Wheat- 
Beptenlber 
I 'eremlier 

May 

t/'orn — 
September 
December 
May 



Mevenson 



& ( 

C) 
in 
HI 
11 



:o.) 

ise. 
2% 
G 
091 

;4% 

JIN, 

';:iN 



NEW YOBK COTTOV. 

i Furnished by 1-'. W Stevenson & <'<>.} 

OpSO: 
January . . .' ;.. l.'J.r>i 

May , i B.'fiB 

Airguwt • ;'....'. 15.65 

Sepl ember ■, 1,4,40 

October ...... .' .. . . i.':Vn 

i lecember ....,,., lSi-68 



THE LOCAL MARKETS 



r«rd*turr*. 



NEW YOEK STOCKS. 

(l^rnlshed by F. \V. Stevenson & Co.) 

Hid. 

Amalgamated Copper . . . : 65 Mt 

American Car and Foundry.'.... 45V4 

Anaconda Mining Co TO" 

Atchison \<~\ 

Brooklyn _Rapid Transit... 7694 



Chesapeake, and Ohio — ^-r 

Colorado Fuel and Iron. 

common .......... 

Illinois Central 



281* 
ISO 



Louisville and Nashville 



n i Pacific 

.Consolidated Gas 

Ot. Northern Ore pfd. . 

Minn eapoli s . St. Faul 

N'ow .York Central 

Northern. ..Pacific . . . .v, 
Pennsylvania Railway . 



i 
t28,V4 
12<«4 

113 
116% 



Reading, common 140^ 



Paymaster's Safe Stolen 
CHEYENNE, Wl o.7~Aug: 11.— Ah 
arm.'. paymaaters safe; . containing 
$6,500, was stolen from the man. 
camp at Pole mountain, 25 miles 
of here last night There Is no trace of 
the i. ,i,... is although extraordinary 
guard duty was on. 



Flies Sixty Miles 
BLACK Pi o >F. KngTrAug. lf^l^iying 
for more than sixty miles over the Irish 
Sea, Robert Loraine, actor and agistor, 
today drove an aeroplane from Hlac-k- 
pool, Lancashire! fn Enc. to B point 
10, on tire eoa«t of \\ 



Rock Island, common 

Rock Island pfd , 

Southern Pacific pfd. , 
Union Pacific ....... 

Unite. i 'o.. com. , 

do ptfd . 

........ 

Westlnghouse Electric 



29% 
1 13 % 

69V4 
115% 
46 



Bran, per lao'lhs .,..-..,. 

StlDl'tS. l«T I"! 1 H'«. 

Middling* I" r 100 ius 

Oats, par 100 llm nun 

Feed Wneat, per 100 Ibt. .... 

i i mbod i lata, pwr lud lbs 

liiti l. y, per 100 lbs 

i I'UHhr-ri Hhi Ii ■> 1 ' I 100 lbs. .. 
i bop !• .id. per 100 lbs 

W I: ,1 II. V> I I'-n"' It" 

I Tm k,-,l ' Ol 11. 1 -I t"l) 

Ki-.-u. < o in iii-iil. per 100 lbB. 
Hay, Fra». I Rlvnr, per ton 

Hay. pratrlo 

p;rua — 

Frvsh Island, per dozen 

h.usitiiri !.*«», i>' r doien .... 

: — tJfae c so — — 

Canixiliun. per lb. •••• 

Ntfulcbatel. each 

Cream, local, .ath ..•••• 

Butter — , 

Alb.rCJi. pi>r lb. 

Beai Dairy 

Vlcvonu eri'umeiy. per lb..., 
rowlclion»Cr^«mory, per lb.... 

Comoi Crtamery, per lb 

t.i.i.i fi'ii'U '» ■ i . .i:-., r>-. ,h.. 
I lour. 

Royal Household, a bag .... 
of tlfa Woods, a bag.... 



. 24 



1.10 
1.50 
1. 7 

i W»- 

2.1Q 

1.78 
1.50 
1.60 
1.60 
1.85 

1.90 

1.90 

00025.00 

19.00 

.40 
.If 

.1* 

.It 
.1* 

.» 

.IS iff. 3ft 
.41 

..» 



*l 



bag 



iii 



VICTORIA STOCK EXCHANGE. 



1 1'iirnlshe.d' by F. w Stevenson & 

Stocks- Bid. Asked, 

Alberta Canadian OUT.. ,0S :10H 

A mer. -Canadian Oil .... .14 



Canadian TforthwesV Oil. . 7~. 725" 

Alberta Coal and Coke'.. .. .04 

Diamond Vale'C. and c. -,*)3 .1 i 

International C. and C. .64 • .66 

Mcola Valley c. and C.. .. .75 

Royal Collieries ........ .21% .24 

- rn C and C 1.5-Q.. 



trr.yal" StiiiidHid. 
Wild RoS*. P'-r aa<:k 
Robin Hood, per aaok . . . 

i lalgary, a baa 

PnowClake, a bag 

Drifted Snow, , 
Threte Star, per sack ... 
Moffel'a Best, per bajc . 
Meaita. 

Bepf, per lb 

Mutton, per lb 

Mutton, Australian 

VettJ, dressed. i»t-r lb .... 
Qecae, dressed, per lb . , 

Chickens, per lb 

Cblckena. per tb., live wi 

Uuciti. draaaad. per lb 

ItiLina, per lb , 

Pork 

KlK«. tabic, per lb. ......... 

Lemons, per dosen ... 

Oranges, Naval 

Banana's ...... M 

Apples. 1 lbs 

Asparagus, (local) 

Green Peas. 2 lbs. 

Spinach, 4 lbs ..." 

.Apples, per box 

Grape Fruit, (Cal.) 

Grape fruit (Floridai ...■>.-.. 
.- 1 ra n berries, J.«r box , 

»i'jrl«l.,» 

Onions, « lbs Tor .„ 

Beets, per lb 

XaxraU— p«r H>- ^.ituvm, 



1.90 
1.90 



1.85 
1.95 
1.90 
1.85 
1.75 
1.75 
1.85 



.080.20 

'.in J'i 
.16 it.i 10 
.U«20 

.11 if in 

12-v a 14 

.:«« j» 

.ISO. 25 

■ - c '« 

>• 

.J« 
.jn©50 
.250.40 



.HHO.li 
.15 

.26 

2.60O3 50 

.16 0.12H 

.It 

.10 



It 
.11 
.11 



Unions (Australian) 3 Iba. ..• .J* 

Tomatoes . iFlcrlda), \n r lb.. .25 

Artichokes. (Globe), each.... .18 

Artichokes. Jeruaalsm, 1W .... .1 

Parsle>. p,-r bunch . — .01 

Calary, p«S t,unch .10 

Cucumbers'....'"...... .100.15 

.-. . u Pottttoe«^_t..J ba .'■'... I . . .25 

Cauliflower, each ..., -» 



I, 

I 

I I 

■ 



r 



FIRE SALE! FIRE SALE! 



^ 



mm Mi ink Uati 



Syt , i . i '^ s il l ,, „ J r -..-.- r q 




TODAY, FRIDAY 




$50,000 WORTH OF ELEGANT GOODS 

Consisting in part oi Coats, Stoics, Muffs, Feathers, Etc. 
Including $20,000 worth of South Sea Seal Skins 



The equal of which for elegance and richness cannot be obtained elsewhere in America outside of New York City. Much of 
this stock having been damaged but very little, by the fire which destroyed our premises, must all be sold just the same, re- 
gardless of price. Ladies! Don't miss this' opportunity in a lifetime to secure the richest and rarest gifts of the Southern 
..Seas. You can buythem and have them made up by your own furrier to suit your own. tastes. 



ENUMERATION OF 





BEVAN, GORE & ELIOT, Limited 

STOCK AND BOND BROKERS 
Members Victoria, Vancouver and Spokane Stock Exchanges 



We trade in "calls" and "puts" and "time bar- 
gains" on all active stocks. 

All active stocks sold oil margin. 

Private Wire to Vancouver 



Phortes 2470 and 2471 



1122'Government St., .Victoria, B.C. 



How- the 


Farm -and 


Dairy 


Produce 


of the Do 


ninion 


Will Be 


- -Fsti mated 


Next 


Yuar 
















._ , 



Tha farm and ufBan values of the 
census of'i'Jii win b<» enuMiera'ted hikUt- 
tliu ilato of June 1. Ttu-y will lncl 

estate tind HV8~ste«k- -values raf 
• Miunieratlon diatrlcl al that 
■ i • COCK ana nursery stuck NoI3 

In 1910, ci • luotfl consumcil 

at tioinc, sent to factories or sold, .::. I 
M&. the anlmale "slaughtered on the farm 
in the same year, together with I 
i B of the farmt — 
1.,'md.gnd tUllldinffS and farm imple- 
ments and machinery owned by 
person tn the enuTnernlh.lrl HliHTUiL*jym 



he recorded separately- for values iu 
11)11, and the ri-nt of l.uul and buildings 
will also be retarded if leased in that 
Values .will be taken for orchard 
fruits, small fruits and veget:i 
i: ' ",ly_J!QjL 1910; but values- of horses, 
milch cows, .other horned,pr neat cattle, 
swine, poultry and hives of bees 
will be taken separately for 1911, at the 
date <jf the census. , 

The Values of live stock and nursery 
sold in 191.0 will include horses, 
mlfas'h cdWN. other horrted or neat cattle, 
sheep, swl-ner-puultry and hives of bees, 
■ nursery stock, which means fruit 
and ornamental trees grown for trans- 
planting inttr orchards, gardens and 
parka. 

I 'airy products consumed on the farm, 
and sent to factories "or sold, refer to 
|.f. idiiets of the year 1910. They in- 
clude the values of milk, * cream, hom- 
inade butter and homo-made cheese. 

Animals slaughtered on the farm in 
1910 will be recorded for the values of 
d Or neat cattle, sheep, swine and 
poultry. Horses are not Included in 
these values, as In bur country their 
meat Im nint used for frwid 



Tln> values of other products of the 
farm include those of 'egg's, honey and 
wax for 1910, and wool, maple sugar and 
maple syrup for 1911. 

The enumeration of hired labor on the 
T^W=T**B»r _ to the year 1910. It will 
give the. total number of weeks of -labor 
employed,- which means the number for 
all men wlm wutk -for .hire -on the farm, 
and the total amount paid for hire, in- 
cluding allowance for board. The pay- 
ment should lie reckoned for the full 
time of service, and should Include, the 
value of board The IrtQulry relating to 
jearnlngs for domestic service Is asked 
i tor in schedule No. i. 
j In addition to the foregoing Inquiries 
of values, a question Is asked for the 
lvalue of all lands and . buildings not 
I manufacturing establishments or mines 
■ owned In Canada in 1911 which are out- 
i side of the 'enumerators district. 



CANADA'S MILITIA 

Reforms Advised by General French in 
-■ His Report to Department 
At Ottawa 



COLD STORAGE 

• . — ■ — — — P¥— — n^ — ^ mmmmm . ^^^^ 

V. I. COLD STORAGE & ICE CO. 



Victoria, B. C. 

Goods received at all hours. Expert attention 
given. Consignments solicited 



Telephone 2282 



P. O. Box 875. 



T 



Phone 2456 P.O. Box 793 

WANTED 

Pacific Whaling, com, and pfd. 



Great West Permanent Loan, A 

an-i ■' _."",, 

11. o. Permanent-lioaTTT— 



N. B. GRESLEY 

Stock Broker and Financial 
Agt. Member Victoria— Stock 
Brokers' Association ' 
Room 16, Mahon Block 



Oldham & Matterson 



Phono 2358. 



1122 Govt. St 



FOR SALE 

one good lot. Fourth street, St, w- 
art. Must be. sold, very cheap 

TO RENT 

Plx roomed house, James Bay. 
Rent $25 



STEWART 

WE WANT STEWART MINING AND DEVEL- 
OPMENT. CO.'S SHARES 







ii-STEWART LAND CO., LTD. 

Offices, 9, io, ii Board of- Trade- Building 



♦ ♦♦♦♦♦«» ♦»»♦♦«»»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦-»■♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦«♦♦♦»&- 



♦ *. 

t 



as reasons for the diminished attend- 
ance. The outlay on the annual train- 
ing will be about $1,250,000. Col. Searle 
adjutant-general, leaves on August. 23 
for England to attend the army ma- 
noeuvres at Aldershot. 



PORT TOWNSKXD, Aug. 11.— The 
American ship Alexander Gibson, one 
of the famous carriers of the American 
flag on sailing, vessels for. thirty years, 



sailed tonight -for New York on h< r 
last voyage. The vessel has been s< M 
to be dismantled for a barge on ,tho 
Atlantic. The Gibson' was .built at 

Thomaston, Maine, in 187Z, and rep- 
resented the finest type oif sailing 
craft of her day, and is ono of an ex- 
ceedingly small number Of her t y j e 
and age afloat. Capt. F; E. SoutUard 
is In command. 



OTTAWA. Aug. 11— Major-General 
Sir JOhn French of the British army, 
(rtto recently made a tour of military 
Inspection in Canada has tnadt 

in whiih he strongly advises rein: 

iillitary organization of the coun^- 

, Ty . . • ~. _ 

He recommends that the peace. or- 
ganiaation and composition of,,the mili- 
tia -should be such that in the event of 
war the forces would be ready to take 
the field forthwith. 

The general finds that, this Is not 
the state of affairs ;it present ■ 

Hi- advises that t»--tt>-r qualified and 
•uni',1' affective staffs should be In com- 
mand of Borne brigade divisions.— 

As regards the annual training of the 

.militia the general suggests that the 

artillery should be In camp fur twenty-. 

one days, the cavalry for sfxt 1 

and the Infantry fr>r twelve days o'ut- 

slde of the time occupied in going and 
■ ii'iilng. 

in connection with this subject it 
may be stated thai a, falling off of 
men is reported at this 
camps. • The total 

10.000. The normal i» nearer 
.50,000. Tin' prosperity «f the country 
and resultant employment are assigned 



I 




PORTLAND 

CANAL STOCKS 

BOUGHT AND' SOLD ON 
COMMISSION 



Mortgages for Sale ! 



. " We still have some first-class mortgages to»dis- 
ppse'oL One of $45,000 for five years at seven per 
cent we especially recommend' as containing all the 
elements, of good security.^ Particulars can beuob- 
tained from "T \ 



The DOMINION TRUST CO., LD. 

Temporary Office 1001 Langley Street 



A SNAP! 



FIVE ACRES ON GORGE WATERFRONT 

This property was being; held at -$1,400 per acre. Now of- 
fered for a quick sale at ' > . 

1 — . , ' ,' '•', ' - ^4 \m~ PER ^ A€g&-$14^a — < * 



N. B. MAYSM1TH & Company, Ltd. 



Phon^ 1500. 



. I 



Mahon Bulldln*. 






R. D. MacLachlan 

Member Vlrtnrin SLnckbrokers' 
Association. 



THE GREAT FUR FIRE SALE 



AT THE- 



B.C. Fur Manufacturing Co's Store 




904 Government street, Close~txrthe P. O. 



W. UNDLEY, Sole Proprietor 



Victoria, B: C. 



^ 



# 



Btoclckrokern nn1 rinnnnlnl Ajrentii, 
Tanconvcr. 

Dealers in Government Municipal, 
Railway, TruRt and other debenturnn 

WlorkH- on London, New ' York, Mnn-- 
troal and Toronto Exchanges bouKbtand 
I on Commission. 

mimn-i; BKARai 

Funds r-,.'i>'i..l r.,i ■ Dents on Mort- 
ptuvs and Uual. Kstule. 



F. W. STEVENSON & CO. 

STOCK &• BOND BROKLRS 



MemberR Chicago Hoard of Trade 
Victoria Stockbrokers Assn. 

14-16 Mahon Bldg. 

"" ij_ __ 



1.114 Government Stree 



ORDERS EXECUTED. ON ALL EXCHANGES 

Dealers in Local Stocks, Municipal, Government, "Railway, 
Trust and All Other Debentures, 



Private Wires to Chicago, New York, Boston, M ontreal 



HUKMMMB . HU&Mff^StMMO 




16 



*t»i 



VICTORIA DAILY CX^tOMST 



Friday, August 12, 1»1» 



«fc- 



"i'-r r~n»-M 



CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING BATES 

On* ten' a word each Insertion; 10 per 
cent, discount for six or more consecutive 
Insertions — cash with order. No -advertise- 
ment accepted for lew than 25 cent*. 
butlneu and Professional Card»— of rour 
line* or under— -»l.0O per wee*. 
No advertisement charged ou account for 
Was than (11.00 

Phone No. 11. ■_. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 



MOTELS AND RESTAURANTS 



BANNERMAN A HORN, HOTED NEW 
building corner Broad and Johnson 
street. V\lik\Z 9 Modern office* and fur- 
nls lied room* 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



nAUKOHNU HOTEL. 1> JOHNSON ST. 
(J newly fitted up from bottom to top. 
good accommodation, oporting •**»<** c ° 
prising Ufe-slsed photos of all thenc. 
. P Ut/«4 ^.U^up to the pr««t 



ARCHITECTS 



H. 



B., ARCHITECT, 1008 



GRIFFITH. 
Government St. Phone 14s». 



THOMAS. 



HOOPER, 
•practice In B. C. for twenty-nvo years. 



ARCHITECT— IN 
ye 
1 •! .i .s'and'speclncatlone tuii.laned on «l>t>>l 
cation. Office. 6 Bisters Bloog Phon». »T. 

ACLURB, &. ARCHITECT 3 AN . D 7n . 7 

Five Sisters Blot* Tel: iU=s.. U*704 v 

Office, 1167. ' ' ' 



CELWOOD W ATKINS.. 
. Room 16 Five K-teP. BiOO*. Victoria 



B. C. TcU^iuii-". 



Office sis* 



Md'lUTKi'T 
VI. tori 
Re.ldi.ncu 



ART <;i. ANS 



newly fitted UP fr»ro „ ( cora 

ted 

day. 

Bar always %uppil# "with to* goutta. Thoa 

L. McManus, J^rt^ietor. __ 

XTEWHOTBL BRUNSWICK. NICEST LO- 
JN cation In Victoria, nicely furnished 
room, at mnSerato i.rloee. Weekly ratea 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



UPHOLSTERING AND DKCORATINO 



OT1LE8 A SHARP. CONTRACTORS FOR 
© upholaterjng. removing * Ba __R£* , 1 B A 
carpets cleaned, etc., mrnlture repaired and 
poilahed 806 Fort St. Phona »!«»• 



WHOLESALE DRY GOODS 



rftURNKH-BEETON CO.. LTD.. WHOLS- 
X' aale dry «oods TrapdrterS and maiwrfa*- 
turers merv'a furnishings, tenta "Bhr H ° rn , 
brand, ahlrta. overal l*. Mall order* attsnaaa. 

WHOLESALE WINES AND LIQUORS^ 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 



THE DEVKBBUX KalPtOVJfEMT AND 
GENERAL AOaWpiT 

1009 Fort Street. Hours »:»« to 1. 10 
Telephone ««"• 

\T1ANTBD— -CARPENTERS FOR COUN- 
VV try at once, 14 day. __^ 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 



W 



ANTED—0<)OD COOKS. ALSO THREE 
houaemaid* and several general malde. 



All car* pa.« hotel. Two ejitranc.i, corner 
Yates anil DouKlaa. Phone 81V. __ 



rpCKNEK-BEKTON CO.. LTD.. WHARF 
X St.. Victoria— Wholesale only, all the 
leading brand* of liquor*; direct Impartera 
Write for Hat* and prloea. 



1, E \.R9 

i.. aded 

s c ho o ls ana private 

Worka and stor* »*« '•*•* Sl - 



AV HOY, UVKH THIRTY 
. KtSSel*nr»Ce m \n 
lights tor ohtri i hi 8, 
dwellings. 

Phone 694 



s. 

p' 



W CHISHOLM A CO, MANUFACT1 R- 

■'. See 

I-:. ..Hiring a specialty. 



or. of "leaded Wrt «i'.*" Bss ui batprs 



order, 



lacing your 

hone 226(1, 80.1 For' Street 



AUTOMOBILES 



TX7E8TBHN M OTOR § 
W pany. R ?• >-"»» rli . , 
agent* for Hnick*. Franklins 



STJFPLT 



rot 

— Sole 



THE COMMEHCIAL' HOTEL. CORNER 
Douglas and Cormorant Sta., opposite 
City Hall. Hcnovaied throughout. Room* 
second to none in city. Bar replete with 
the beet. European plan only. 1 Ml room 
In connection. .1. Luc as. Prop. Ph on e l. »i._ 

M'~ ~ ONE V P ROPBRL T INVESTED LB ADS 
to foriune This result may be at- 
tained by purohaslng' the best 2Qc meal in 
Ui« otty nt Tb* st rand Cafe. 

AND CAFE— ALL UN- 
Johnson St. Why pay 

m'ore "h.o rou can gel the ix-»t for ie»s. 

Meals 20c; rooms 25c and up. Bar replete 
v.lih beat goorU. ' Joteph Hnlangn o, Prop. 

TRAND HOTEL CAFE. JOHNSON ST. 

alwaya .opon. Kur. an plan; cuisine 

unexcl'i.1; bar Inst goods; ■ ra lea muderiite. 
Wright '& Fatilliin r Phone 1106. 

VICTORIA LNIiK.l; NKW MAN- 
g.-iiu-nl .Most OOntrn! In city. Mm 
•*U., steamer* and trains. Oialmm Ai 
C.rnnt. proprietors Phone J80. 



WOOD AND FIKI. 



mWO EXPERIENCED 
A want work. 



DRESSMAKER* 



JBVBRAL CANARIES FOR 8ALE- 
<rd. 



CJKVE1 
C5 iter 



-SONO- 



TO LET— HOUSEKEEPING BOOMS 



TO LET— FURNISHED, LAROE BED 
room with, use of dlnlngropm. ktlcheu. 
bath and telephone. Apply 120 Government 
■ tr*et, Jam..* Bay. No children. " 



1<" 



;-\OR RENT— TWO FRONT FURNISHED 
housekeeping rooms, one a* bed-»ltilng 
room, other kitchen, gaa cooker, »lnk hot 
and cold water, etc., Ijalh, |4 week. Barne* 
814 Courtney Street, 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 

WANTED— TO BENT. 



YV 



PANTED TO RENT FROM SLOI'TEMBER 
1, B-roprn bungulow, bath and w. •'., 
James Hay dl»ti li't, near s.a or br-twi'Pit 
0*w«gO and Duugla*; rent low, with option 
of purchase. Particulars to Box :52 t'olu- 
nl»t. ■/ ' 



CONDENSED ADVERTjSWG 



PROPERTY FOB SALE— (CtBt.) 



pOR 



TO BE HIGHLY 
capable cook, housekeeper* 'or bach 



elor'a establishment. 
factory. 



RP>«'OMMBNDED- 
ba 
Reference* mo*t *ati»- 



rjrniLSON, e. a., dealer in all kinds 

VV bf mlllwood, wood, bark, etc Four- 
foot length*. 82.60 per'cordji *tove lengths, 
|S V double load. S2« John St. Phone 2078. 



RANTER HOTEL 
Ion help. $80 



/MiEAP FUEL— TRY A HEAPING DOU- 
\J Me load of short cut mill wood, de- 
livered to any part of city at 18.00 COD. 

by Cameron Lumber < 'o . Ltd. Phone »«4-^ 



PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY 



HOTEL VH~" 
agement. 



llunib.rs. \%'U.S(>N PmTICI.. 64«;(I4S YATES ST. 

;', .„,, and Rovcra Storaga. «uj»- W Buropean pin-; lartr* and airy ^ rooms; 

l ,'." Tu.es a.i .,um sa&^L^^j^^Jm «»p»»« with bu.t good* •..-.. m, .... 

Jtne and ..II R epair * complete I'dlcahlilHJt proprietor, !'b.,n.. ttSZ 

lant High ctaSa n,i-,y Talspoono M* or ----. __— __ .,.,,,,,,,„, :ln ; Y nKNO - 

1 vuti-il I'll ollKh 'Ol, and ■ nulpped In the 

most modern and up-to-date styl.-. and 
pli-.l wlih baal nooda. Alex. Llpsky. prop. 



DENTISTS 



A 



HELP WANTED MALE 



WANTED — STOREKEEPER. STEA.MSm 
\y Prince Rupert, Bullena Vuol. A»P 
c in. f ui.-wurd. 



TO LET fl'UNimrap HOU6EKEEP- 
lng rooms, 818" Pandora avenue. 



u 



ing rooms, 

NFURNlSHED HOUSEKBeFiNG ROpMS 
32'J North Park street. 



TO LET — HOU8E8 



\\"AN'i'El) TO RENT—SMALL Kt'RNLSH- 
VV ,^l cottage near some beach. Address 
H Morris. Oineral D.dlvery 



FOR' RENT - .JKQTJB AND 
t^roo m e ott«e/es or bungalow*, un- 
furnished, l'ftmberlon it Son, 614 Fort 

Slrxet. , — ' • ■ ' 



1%'ANTEL 
- V V i^rorm' 



w 



ANTKI.i' TO RENT— SMALL, MOD- 
ttrn cottage, for couple; close In; or 



rpo let moi>ern t-room house, 

I. Hlllsld.; avenue, close Id Douglas »tr«ot 

II. 11. Jones, Room 80, Promis lllo'k, w..v 
. rn.ment atreet. ' .• 



one block from' car 
128' 'oloiilst. 



reasonable ; permant nt. 



M'ANTKU ynl'TH, 10. FOR STORE, AN 
*' : » irp'portunlty to learn business. Appl> 
between 12 b» I, fiS5 Johnson street. . 



l\rANTKu~A 

>> ban 41 « lit 



i.i\ !■; yoUNO 



DR. LEWIS HALL, DENTAL SURGEON. 
Jewell block, COrnar Yates and Ooug- 



MAN lo 
insurance on rnmmiBuloii, 

tor the Btronffest and best company In Ehi 
world; good Hung tor eight man. ^PPJ* 

a 10 10 i. iii , 1l'...ui 3, Mood) block , Jat.a 

8ll'.'..| ■ 



ius gtreota VlotorJa, ii. 0. 
Offloe, 657; Realdsnoo, lit, 



Telephone 



R. H. J. HENDERSON, uentlst. lee 

buJJoilng, cornel Hroad and Johnaon 

Sta. Phona 8S60, Otflco hours. B.80 a. m. 

u , c p, m. Evening* by appointment. 



D 1 



ERASER, D. M. D.r— OFFICE 78 2 

Yates St.. Uar.si-he block. Office 
hours: M.30 a. m. to 6 p. in. .< 



\W "I 



filant riign rmse 
t line busy 20C7^_ 



BAOG lid: OKI IVKKY 



trani 

-■strp-rnrWt 



in-ssrnfrf-ra- promptly '"tUppittHl- 
ant si n a1 



-«±iX- Cormor- 



■\7-ICTOHlA TK x:-.Sl-KU i.U.. LTD. CBtt* 
V , phone i29.. 



JEWELLERS, WATCHMAKERS, ETC 



A. 



PI r M 1407 DOUGLAS 8T3 
Bo-claiiy of English w.n.ii repairing. 



.11 Ml 



DETECTIVES 



a 



C. DETECTIVE SERVICE, VANCOU- 
ver. Civil, criminal and commercla < 
,nv.esliH«tlons R. S. iiaron. 
: office. Rooms 
,.ig. Vanci.uver^, U, 
Uluodhound trail ' - aT«p1 



\\'AI TER 

\ \ , Si i ui 



THE 



uiiuoito hay— House to let, fur- 

nlshcl or iinfurulshi d, for a 5'ar bl 
more; six aepe« of nunl, tow am to care- 
ful tenant. 237 Culoule'l. 



Q< 



rfvo LET-. ' -ki 'RNisiiEU COTTAOA ALSO 
X horse for sale. S2S I'al.-donhi avenue 



K 



OOMS WANTED FOR DELEGATES TO 



BALE— FOUR-ROOM COTTAGI 
with small stable, un Rupert ■$**«.*. nv » 
mtnutes to postofflce and Beacon Hill para;. 
Enquire, 10IS 1'akln gW.n street. ' 

ft I K fkl"i— NE _ W7 tROOM, HOUSE._ THREE 
^•i-jiJUv bedroom*. bathroom. linen 
ilosuls, light, gas, full siaed basement, beam 
ceilings, burlap, plate ralla built in aide- 
board with bevel plate mirrors, built-in 
bookcase*, beside the firo ph«c«;. very well 
laid out and splendid finish throughout; half 
block from cars. Pcmberion Jt Sou, 611 
Fort street. / 

mmmm iwm , n « ,. h i. i ». . « i»piw ».i i' i ,—. , ) '. u".j . ;,j 'i i- ^ w . ^H^ .. . ff.^U ' .. . ^ ,T' . .l/ -, ' i 1 >.3V* 3 

(|1 A MONTHLY MAKES PAYMENTS ON 
tjfXU a 1200 hoineelte in Parkdale. of &(>* 
I. its In the *ubdlvialiJn: Only t«i» remain un- 
sold; pne whole block has been re-sold at 
Itti to $2(0 each. Many at »300 «ach. Re- 
malultig lots are high and dry. New block 
at, $300. Pemberton A Son, B14 Fort street. 



tiun bars August Hi IS; single and double 
room* Beaded Write giving all partleulais 
and price 'io Rev II A. Carson, Dra wer 674. 



rjrjANTEP. T" RENT ON LEASE FOR ), 2. 
\\ oi ;( i ..urn, .lii.k.n or small fruit 
runrh. Apply Box ltili Ciilnnlsl, 



TO RENT 



HOI'SE TO 



RENT, 



rand Cafe, &l>0 Johnson sti^eei_ 



B 



,,y Di. fall snd wlnler ■ltuatlonj 

pleasant ouldoor life. i.<4,ulred. S 1 

l„ K ,.u.i.i>.... composition, pun..ua,l,H..JM.. : - 

(vrlting .'i 'a! but pn rerrea 

phone number for Friday " 

Colonist. _■ . 



i;u. 
Box 



rit< 



1911 



NK KKI.I V1H.K ..MAN 
. i > i..'.v i) to lake 



o N r- 



W VN'I'ED IN 

orders for baft 

.ustom ioa.1. tOthOS In C .da. h ^^" [ 

oojnmlaalon Rex Tailoring I o., LJmitt 1, 

Toronto, ont. ■ 



Buperlnten- 
iXtl und ^os. Crown 
C. Phone tlOS 



PA. 
gener 



Hi i E PRIMIm: wii m VPS 



IRINTS, A.NY LENGTH IN ONE PIECE. 

prr -fwot:--'H-ml>or — and ..>;..! 
maps Electric Uluo Prints and Hap Co., 
1216 Lango-y St. ' 



1 "J>l ; 

SCRAP 



trAvrni-scRAl 1 BRASS, coi 

N < ,.1, ctiM. Iron sarks, bottle*, 

rubber;" highest prices pajd victoria . 



, DETECTIVE <Q1 ■ DOING 
n, r.u tine criminal and civil pi i 

us of anj p. rs.. us v. I -ntlty or 

, , . ;,:;.,„., 108 rtwaant 

street, phone '2171. " 



'ANTED— ASSISTANT BOOKKEEPER 
a, piy stating are, salan ana ■ itpoi i 

.,. a !■ 18' I'oion.a. — i 



w 



i FURNISHED 

2\. eight i(...ms. 

raaaal Baptembor t. Apply Stawarl Land 
i ,, , i a Board '..' Tj ade 

mO I1KM THE 10-ROOM Hoi K l'l H 

X Dished at un Port street, tor six 
months or one yeai rrom BaptamDar ist. 

Phone 24S0; no small .■blldren. 



"» RENT ' t: t ' . I f i R< »OM " T1 " 1 SB; FINE 

r ^ ■» ,% i ki r. i ^il/inlat 



i-llte dlstrlcf; {30, 



L88 • alai 



r\v i 



RENT— COTTAGa, *.BOVH COOB 
treat, ..o STates A.pplj H*« j ■'" " 



1 1ST 
XJ u: 

Str.-et, 



voir BOARD and u.ioms \\ nil 
vVarburton .t Co., looi Go vernme tt 



«l>»>frCAHH SECURES A LOT IN HARK- 
«[p^-0 dale, balance of $176, payable ""$10 
monthly, These lots are under cultivation 
and overlook city. Many of these lots have 
sold for $3C0 each. Pemberton & Sen, 
6*4 leort. atreol. ^ . ■ , "* ". 

1^ A ACRES. HALT SPRING ISLAND; NO 
-1," reasonable offer re-fused ; deep 

.\ ,i I. i fi .nit . well sheltered, sevui acres 
. feared; small orchard; good garden; slx- 
1....IM house, burn, stable, chicken houses. 
C ' '■ I'nmlicrton, 707 '.i Yates Btreet. 



T' 



O RENT OR FOR SALE NICE FIVE 
roomed cottage, bath and electric light. 
One nidiuti- from car. Lot C0X180. 133 
Adelaide street. Apply Owner, P.O. Box 



nnO LET— ROOMS AND OFFICE APPLY 
A to 710 Fort street, near Douglas St. 



Ci UliiX- 
1'roni; 



ABOUT bl 



ACRES 



with 



acres chared; all good soil; good fishing, 

live minutes' walk from school, church, poa.t» 
office, ate,; close to Qomox harbor; right- of- 

naj through properly sold lo E. & N. Hy. 
Price $llu per acre; easy terms. See Mar- 
riott At Fallows, lilli Trounie avenue. 



IO LEASE FOR LENGTH Off TIME, h 



furnished six-room cuLla*- . jM- 

conveniences, near beach and gar 

Apply 81 BOUth •r.n!..'i I'M, et, James mi) 



M-VI RENT.:.. THE 1U-ROO.M HQ1 |E I'll! 



WANTED- MISCELLANEOUS 



PI l'll.S DESIRED H\ 
lady teach, r. also- ...yttBem I In 

piano - playing, Nmp a fHwl etc Box 

r27 Colonial 



T.AM i-^' MM f: \R1HN. It 



no \i s vnd r.xmxi s 



JAMES SIMPSON, 0S1 'JOHNSON ST 
phone R1150. Expert on all garden 
VICTORIA BOAT '• i.T ti- I ancl or c h Brc i details. «r,-.s Improved, scale 

Hoats and launches built; estimates, removed, Ki-.-nfly annihilate,! without In- 
jury to flower, fruit .or foliage. Gardens 
ses a specialty. 

. LIVERY AND TRANSFER 



II l.ullt; estimates, 
repairs, designs Shop, M Oavl_d streft. 

\V D. Tluek, i • me - ' • 



BOOKBTNDI RS 



m IB COLONIST HAS THE BEST 
J- equlped- bookblndery In the prpvlacal 
the result Is equal i n proportion. 

-* ■ 



ism n 1 8 



ALL KINDS OP BOTTLES v. t« 
Oood price* paid. VlrtorUi „J» a k 
Agency. 1880 Store str eet. Phone ,I.n.' 

Bi'ILOERS. AM' I'lMinno'ia 



■ ..; un 1" m ASSOCIATION 

Syly.ea.lMi block, Sates St 

commercial and criminal investlgBllons. ar- 
eoun t, promptly collected, sp; - ;'' 

[. ulU) . ,:i business strictly confldop.- 

tlnl... I ' • ■ s ^j 

HOTEL DIRECTORY 



rANTED— BOOKKEEPER WITH Hi* 
pari) me. in lumber irate Apply box, 

\ ii t..ria. •■" 

rANTED— FARM HAND, STEADY JOB 
to right man; wages »35 mouth. 

i.ppjj ... o \ pownay. "'""j'j • p - u - 



w 



w 



months iw one yaai from - 
l-imni — Bt80 < n o small children 



1st. 



| p TO LOAN— $1,600, 
p, i ci nl for ihi. 



ii \E REL1 IBLE -MAN LN 

>V every town t o lain orders toi ;..=•- 

custom made >ei ',' ";" " f 

mission Rex l'allorlug Lo , Ltd-. , 

One _^____^__— — 



\ VN( Ot VEIl 






LTD.. TEL. 

i.i. ■»: set ^ i. ■• in the ■ h.v 



V • ii'T, ill I a T» in FTEfR CO 



i i i hook \riii\c 



T?m\NK B. M ! ONTRACTOR AM) 
J? builder. Plans and spi elrtcatlons pre- 
pared for approval Batti ]vmiFii..d 
l„ ,,„-, class ,f atruci ire, Offic - 
and av, ... and Oxford St.. P. O. Box 



L ONE'S 
trae 
all building 
Wi al t. ■'•! . I 



BROS.. B.I I \ ANB roN- 



itors. are prepared to give prices on 
Ing and johhlnc work. I'hono t79. 



LITHOGRAPHING. ENGRAVING AND 
Embossing — Nothing ton large and 
nothin, .all; your stationery Is your 

advan our work la . 1 west 

;'li.- Colonist I'rlnting ID I 
Publishing Co.. Ltd. . 



A 



HAMBRA HOTEL -MRS. S. TlloMr- 
A- Sons, proprietors; R. D. Thomp- 
son, roanairar Corner Carroll und uat.-i 
streets. Vancouver. B. C. Vanoouvai ■ Oral 
hotel.' Situai.l In the heart of »•»»«'. 
Modernly equipped tbrouj[h.ott \ l ."?,t\ 
lunch a specialty. European plan. 1-anied 
for good whiskey. ' 



WANTED— CA < wBLK - I '< 1AN TO 
cover British Coliimb I »'•' 
ii .:,: . ...missions, .■,:.-- 
advan. ■ ,'■ mai • ■■• . t n to ri*W 'man- 
j.ss 11. Smith Co., Windsor. Ont. 



HELP WANTED— 1 EUALK 



HOUSE TO' it' ' 1 '- "' v 

10 rooms with all modern ,. • 

<s, large g« .1 *'■**■ 

:,ty,.four trull dollars 

p.-r montl "'• A1 

ply Victoria hotel. 



rno'l ent--ei:rnishi:d nine gOOMEl 
X. modern bungalow 

land, barns 



ALBERJ 
7 pu 

rtgage, business property 

S3.00U, paying 10 per 



.,;, IllSt 

I.. ■ . value 

Also »3,»00. 
, choicest liisid ' sltt< '."al 
. alio 14. I ' ' '"' : 

years oi a I - Raw Batata, 

,i. ' 



Ij^OR SALE LOT AND BRICK WARE- 
house, full stono basement, on lower 
Johnson street, backs on e. & w. dejtaL^^j- 
prloe $26,000. Apply Box 215 Coionlst. 



MOSS STREET NEW 8 -ROOM HOCmE. 
I...t »OX120; $3,3110; $6n0 cash, balan.;.. 



< k ., pi i in.. nth , nb agents. 
. 'olonlsl. 



Apply M. H. 



HEADULARTERS Foil KuRT OEOROI. 
t ow P a l U , Child A Co.. Room 8. 707 V, 
fatal street. 



, also USi 

..Hii.l and In- Y^'.^:-U 

..Id. 



Mm ha.m .,...,.. ii I mi>'. wiim.vs 
... ixh.-e lo . ... i .spoil,) H II n nice 
young lad\ .matrimony, "'I 
niters strlcily confidential. Address Box 
I i 1 ('olonlsl. ■■ - 



TO UB-HKMM1K1) ROOMS. 



rp,, i ABLE heduooai 

X for gentleman only; l"l Yates street. 



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TWO voi'NU I TO 

« .. I....1 t In,. 



lo .Miss CrockTei'. this 



olll. 



I . .,HT 
1 1 



G 



1 <■< k-.mii us tsi. m kCHTNISTS 



HAFER. L.' — GENERAL MACHINIST. 
new parts of all kinds made In brass. 
copper and fi-t-1, or any sort of metal. Ma- 
shop. 160 Government St. Rhone 8S0. 



M \-s MK 



your 



CKTROPODT. 



Mrs. ca: 
Port st 



CA1IPB 



CHIROPODIST 305 



il\li. BNGINEERS AND M i. -. I \ QRS 



i O N'i >AK I LAND SCRVEVi IP 

^\_. i bee Bnlldtnr. 

street. 



I-\ G. ALOOUS. C.E.-^-All kinds ot 'Tlvll 
? . engineering and surveying undcrtnk. n. 
' P aTT roaa' l oeuUuu — arrrl — eg i i strUMtlon — a ■ s p >- 
clalty. 1107 L.-iiik'ley street. , ■ 



MRS. EARSMAN, ELECTRIC LIGHT, 
baths: medlcul massage. 1006 Fort St. 



Phone H-l»6B. • 



OPTICIANS »WD ol'KiMl i R1STS 



04 6 FORT^-OVER A 



BLVTH. A. 
quarter of a century's experience, and 



modern equipment at your 
examination. Lenses ground 
Phone 2259. 



service. Free 
on premises. 



BLACKBURN HOTEI A. E. BLACK- 
buin, proprietor. This well known and 
popular-hole, entirety rebuilt and refunrsli- 
id Is now open to Its patruns ' heat. 

fine commodious rooms, first-class dining- 
room best attention to comfort of gu Sl 
American plan $Li0 to $3.00 per day. 
,.:an, .6c upward*. 
lue. 



11RLS WANTED. EXPERIENCE 
saury. H. I'. ohiuitoii f 
111, and i.o Bloi'o, nothing 
. mm, nt »• 



strei t. ; 



L'N- 

i.i.i 
i ion 



; HE 



tl't Waatmiaator 



PAINTERS AND P.YPEBHANOEBS 



HERR1CK Mc- 
VJT Gregor. Mgr. Land Surveyor .•_ and 
civil eiigmeera Chancery Chambers, P. O- 
Box 16;: T.l. A60I. Fort Georgo office. J. 
1 Temp i on. Mgr. ,_ 

KOBERTSON. A. I.— BRITISH COLCM- 
. . bl'a Land Surveyor 622 Fort street. 
Victoria. B. C Talepnone i.-UL- ?. 
Tit 



CARPENTERS, .folNUt-. JOBBERS 

/ 1APITAL CA I 

KJ factory. Alfr-d Jones. All kinds of 

tic. 1003 Vancouver 

end States I .... ..face tihuno BJ011. R- =< 

! 



1/KANK MELLOR— PAINTING «'ON- 

?"'■ ''"tr ag t BK "lliU View s tree t. Ph o n o .l ii* . 



C10*1MER'1M- BOTE—— CORNER BAST- 
., . . ,.i umbu sin ! » H, adqu 
!or mining and eosn '"en R*l 

und upwards. Atkins, Johnson 4: St 

' "" " ' ' ■ N 

OTIS- DOMINION — WHEN YOU AR 
rive at Vancouver take large nuto bus 
which will take you to this hotel free^Our 
is the best obtainable at the price. 
American plan. $1.50 to U 00 per day AtttO 
makes one trip dally around Stanley I.uk 
Y. Baynes. proprietor. . 

LODGES AND SOCIETIES 



plain cool 
ply It 

t SERVANT V> 
family irf foul ; iio j'V ••** 

■ mi" in i wei-ft 6 and » ■ p. m.' . ' . 

\\TANTED--MAID FOR HOUSEWORK. 
Vl small house, two In family, 406 V an- 

i-,u\ ,": sin ' 



\\ a good plain cook; small falhlly. Ap- 



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IN TOWN. ONE Ul-o 

hall. Un.-, liirg.- newly furuislnd 
froni rooms, single or jlouW : "" 1 .". 1 . 1 

up . •, bath and phone 

FlHgtln 



.,,.1, LAID I-.. JOS. SMALL OH 
■ luantlty; will collect weeV md 
u. L. vSalker, Esquimau itoad. 
city limits; phone R1037. * 



Oi B I'll 1RD 
blocks I'roi 



#10 



terms. Pemberton 



A, 'RE FOR J750, THREE 
in car; car will probably pass 
W it bin 1 I moot lis; • usy 
Ac Sou. Dl 1 Eort street. 

PEir.Ml'NTll MAKES PAYMENTS 
mi u horn. sit, in Parkdale; cleared 
and andei ultivation; overlooks city. 
, , |t00 J'.-inl.. rlou Ai S..n. lilt Fort. 



I.->OR SALE— LINDEN AVENUE, 
. ner of May street, lots 1. 2, 3. 4. 6 and 



BOY" GOOD MANNERED. IT, -" 
mi and continued education, «*1 
b.st services will give him a Chan 
klll(1 | . , by married couple -or lady. 
a.., I It « t'olonlst. ■ ' ' ■ 



720 



irslau. 



1 

ijuii "il 



DET -t'O.ME'iR TALLY FCRN1 
front rooms with use of kitchen -11 re- 

a2» Michigan, sl t. .I.tm's Hay. 



mo LET— COMFORTABLE ROOM UJ 

I i igllsh horn,, ov.-i looking park, 
optional. louni;' English lad) 
man i ...,— LU-y wood avenue. 



mo LET— FURNISHED, LAROE DOUBLE 

1 ,om with every ooavanlenea, utio 'John 

sou street; phoni R906. " _' 



WTANTED— MPT" REPAIRS. HE 
\> . ■hanlcal repairs, all aortB and condi- 
tions of repairs; pans turned In brass or 
A Dandridge, general ,-nglneer, 
Blanchard street, near Y. M. C. A. 



\X T OMAN WANTS CHARGE UF S ■ 

\> rooming house; Will go out of city. 

Apply H"\ **; — Colonist. Refer, loag 

ehailg-d. • ■ '. " 



o. . oh 
each. 



car line. Prices $1. 200 to 
Owner, Box 242 Colonist. 



COR- 

5 and 
J1.300 



Ir>OR SALE-7-LAROE LOT ON FIFTH 
. Btreet, just off Topaz avenue; $500; $200 
cash, balance $160 per year. Owner. H ox 
olonlst. 



H':Y RIVERS— PAINTER. GLAZIER, 
kalsomlner and paperhanger, 749 t 
ket stret, .Victoria. B. C. Estimates cheer- 
fully given on application. 

Q E A R S. J. —"PAINTS 
IO brushes; specialty of wallpaper, tho 

newest patterna Give. me. a call. Store 
1507 Douglas street. Phono' R-10S4. ■ 

HE MELROSE CO.. LTD.. 618 FORT ST. 
undertake every branch of the painting 
and decorating business and guarantee sat- 
,lsf action, . . 



t.TANl ED A HBLE 

\ > for II,. ■ ftr.l , hlldr.-n 

140 I'.. I. .nisi. ' 



boldt 



'ANTED DL TO M ' 



- 



gvmnaslum eostum- ■- 

, 11., , Rijeklnnrt avenue, n, ar Cook. 



\\- INTEL .ANT 

>1 ttelowna Hospital; salaiy $30 



NURSE FOR 

qualifications, iestln. 
experience and ag< Apply to seen 
na, H C. ' 



/AOMFORTALl.Y I «BD RO 

\_> .mod •'."'■ moderate; phi ■• ' 

terms; board o ptional. l-IQ H Stanley avc, 

O LET— FURNISHED ROOM. MODERN 
•.- lions.-, breakfast if desired. 
Michigan street, phone RJJ77. 



is. READ 



rp . LET— NICB 61 N 

I nabi,- rales. Hotel Canada. 1318^ Broad 



p\ I LNTS AND I EOA1 



CARRIAGE kXD rTAOO* DEALERS 



, ., I'ER OF MAC- 
Lachlan buego s. traps; cannot bo 
beaten for durability. Warehouse 717 John' 
sen St. Phone 132-i. 



i I ill BES ( l 1 \MM- 



/CENTS' CLOTHES D, DYED, 

VT repair, d and prttaad; umbrellaa and 

parasols made, repaired and re-covered. 
Uuy VS Walker. 70S Johnson St.. just east 

of Douglas Phone (,-iaST. 



\ l ,11 ' 'HONG 



IBS' AND OtHrl'f 



ROWLAND BIUTTAIN. REGISTERED 

Attorney. Patents In all countries. 

Falrflnd building, opposite P. O.. \ ancou- 

v.-r. 



PI I MltlN,. \ND ,. \-l I I 1 IN(i 



Or PLUMBING & HEATING CO.. 
Ltd— IFor first class workmanship In 
the abovo line give us a t -lal. Temporary 
office, 755 Broughton St.. Phone 65L 



' O. F. CO U R T" "tTRTirir^- _KM3 I 

No. 5935. meets at Foresters' Hall. 
Broad street. 2nd and lth Wednesdays. W . 

F. Fujla pton, * ■ _____ 

No ' I Hi S DOE, 

Friday, K at P BAH, cor. Douglas 
and Pandora streets. J. L Smith. IC of 
x, 5 4 4. 



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'ANTED A 

' — in iiilo n — U nti l 



WAITRESS. AI'PI-i DO- 



K. " 



\ 



SONS OF ENGLAND. B. S. ALEXANDRA 
Lodge 1I« meets 1st and 3rd Wadnes- 

i. of. P. Hall c> 

: fntj J. Critchley. Secretary, Sidney. 

b. c. ■ ■. :■"■■. . 

ENGLAND, PRIDE OF ISLAND 



IWTANTED— TO I " !: 

\\ three men. Apply 1187 North Park 
Btre et. ■ " f B anrt ' i' '" 

\\-s-ti;i, WOMAN TO M I'E.CL 
>N rooking, small family; klfchen maid 
i home, 1 S3 Colonist , 



Phone LJSI. 



rilO LET- LARGE i O.M K'.UtTA RLE HEI'- 
X sitting room, extra bi ' required, 

use of kitchen, bath, electric light 
pleasant hou .ar, lino. Mrs Walker. 

elt> limits, Esquima u road. Phone R182. 



*F Tt>lT WISH TO DISPOSE 

X law or the, ■«. drop Ml oArt 

und 1 will call on you. 1 will be In VJfl. 

tniia once a mouth, Edwin J. Ga oway. 

Id book store, 7»2 tiranvllle. St., 

\ uncouver. ' ' .' 

WBKL DIG- 
urk. R. Alexan- 



\VANTED--i:\ \' MING 
>■> glng ami to wo 

di i. - 4" Third street 



i: 



AGGAGE PROMPTLY HANDLED AT 
current rates by thu Victoria. Transfer 
l'hon-e 129. Office open night and day. 



1- | SALE, Q! LDRA STREET, OPPOS- 
North Ward park, well built six- 
room house, $3,300; JH00 cash, balan. •• $J5 
.nt It. Why pay rent? Owner. B6x 
■ nl's t. 

pf (\ PER CENT ON INVESTMENT IN 10 
*.)l* .lays lias been made by Parkdale 
purchasers. ' Lots half mile further oul 
sold for $350. Parkdale lots under 
cultivation loot frontage cost $2u0 

each pnyiible with $25 cash and $10 per 
month Pamborton & Son, 614 Fort street. 



OLD MA- 
\\ " iiogary ^furniture, clocks, grandfather 
clocks, coins, stamps, etc. A. A. Aaronsun, 
55 Johnson street. ' 



V\ k,NTED-tTO PURL I 



-ITWR BALE— OOROE ROAD, CORNER, 
J JO beautiful homeslte, assessed, 

at $1,800; for ft few days only owner will 

sacrifice pt $1,500. Mai & Fellows. R 9 

...nue. Office open ovenings B to 

• p 111 " , 

S^'oTm WITH $25 CASH AND $10 PER 
-_UVr month will buy a lot In Tark_ 
dale This subdivision Is only SVi blocks 
from cars and there,. Is a, good prospect__of 
ir, ..axsing the subdivision. 



i! ED RO OMS TO LET. 4 14 M E N - 
. «te# • wo .mfnutca from t-"P."R. 



wharf 



HOUSEKI POR SMALL 

family." Apply 



Mra Bloom; Empress 



barber ■ 



s 



1 ' tiffin 



ATKINSON. PLUMBING, E 

I Blanchard; phone RI817. 



Pi I i l n\ WARE, i^ i< 



on sh 
Victor-la 



drv '-loaning, ' pre.ssln(r and repatrlr»g 
ort notice. '17 ' rnment s 



H C 



( Oil. AND HOOD 



. ALL KINDS 

._i ot"' Wood and coal. -Delivered to any 

.__— iar-t- of city, at .current, rates. Phone M28. j Phone 1610. Cable address. Luthbert. 



T>URT, OL" 



EWER PIPE. FIELD TILE.' GROUND 
Fire Cl»vi Flower Potr. -otc. B. C 
^ep I , Cor. Broad and Pandora 
ta. Victoria; B. C. , . ' ■ ' ■ 



Lodge. A. O. !■' Hall. R>»,ad street, 
2nd and 4th Tuesdays. PrealdenI 
eroy. Victoria West. Secretary, \S Dawson. 
Head Street. Esqulmalt, 

b cruelty to Animals. Office 1212 Broad 
Plumes, inspectur Russel. 1921. sec- 
retary $> 2a43. , ' ,' 

CONDENSED ADVERTISING 

\ II ERIN MO M Hl'tll S 



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'ANTED— ASH1STA NT NURSE 

.vim Cottage Hospital, salary $3<i 
tny ,ul, , Qnalfricatlone, Icstlmoi 
expt rlem •■ and a«, tpi ■ to aeci 
.' Kelowne I _■ ' 



TJ-URNISHED ROOMS TO LET AT THE 

I oplara one of lh< itifuiiy 

situated rooming houses In, Victoria, on cor- 
ner ot Bellvllle "'., fttc " 
Il)g j.;,,, . ' .iii'in Buildings. 

up « lth all modern convi 
Only one minute from either pnsthr: 
c P R Docks. Large and sunny rooms, best 
of rare and terms i .phone No. 

Miss 1. J. Green. Proprletrwsa 



\X7ANT ED— SCRAP BRASS. COPPER. 
>\ zln.- bad, cast iron, sicks and all 
kinds of bcules -and rubber; highest cash 
prices paid. Victoria Junk Agency. lt-2u 
Store street. Phone 1336. 



ANTIQUE JEWELEHY. DIAMONDS. EN- 
gravings and pictures bought and sold. 
.,,,, A a ARlduSOU. tf ■• KTO »tr.-i-t. - 



drive y,ou out to see 



We will 
■ tin- lots at your con- 



v, n.enc'e Pemberwn * Son, 614 Fort, 



ISoRT STREET— TWO GOOD LOTS; f'AN 
r ; ..d for the nexi few days at 

a prl<- |.,.-sei,t market value. A.K. 

8 sh-r wood. Northern Crown BanH Bldg. 
^fJiTsALE-NBW 4-ROOM BUNGALOW; 
T cement foundation; fine BMattant. i*W- 
ated on one, of the beat lots nn__8hrIbour.n.. 



ated on on . 

off, Edmonton road 



near llaultaln. $1,400. 
This Is the cheapest buj in 



te ^ c ':-H^"Xp^ y "'bwn^:JnaQl' East 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



A 



V\ fANTED— WOMAN TO CARE POl 

\\ . . and do light hOua, work, 

mloaps for « 



\\7ELL FIRNISHED ROO! 

>> housek . ping rooms to let. Electric 
light, bath, hot and i old. 813-817 Fort St. 



GUIRN18BED ROOMS, Bll GORDON ST. 



Appfv f. 

.venings; Victoria West. 



corner Jamea. 



s 



COL- 
lege. Catalogue mailed ee. Or, 



111 H. ESTATE AO'KM- 



OUTHBI-iRT. HERBERT A CO.— "BAR- 
Kj gains Victoria Real Estate." Invest- 
ments, timber and fruit lands. 616 Fort St. 



yardm 736 Pando-ra. 

rtOTOJ. B. GRICE TO GET 4 YOUR FALL 
VJT orders. Wood piled In yard or lot bo- 
tore cutting. Measure guaranteed. In cords 
or over., Tel. 149. "" , 

HALL & WALKER—WELLINGTON' COL- 
lloriM Coal, Comox Arlthraclte Coal. 
Blacksmith's and Nut Coat specially pre- 
pared. Tel. 83; »1 232 Government St. 

K INGHAM. J. & CO. — OFFICE 1208 
BROAD St. Coal deltvered to any part 
of the city at' current rates. Phono 647, 
Wharf, foot, of Chatham St. 

PAINTER. J.IjsTa'sONS-^COAL, WOOD 
and bark of finest quality at curr.nl 
rates Try our io and IP ialiy prep 
nut coals. Phona 636. Office 611 Cormor- 
ant St. • 



M 



ARRIOTT A FELLOWS— REAL Es- 
tate, loans, timber, mines and rentals. 
Vancouver. New Westminster and 

Av. i .lie 646. 



Offices 

orla. 610 Trouhce 



CREAMERIES iv" DAIRIES 



ROYAL DAILY CREAMER* BU'l 
Tee cream, milk ami buttermilk; re- 



liable for quality and purity. 
Douglas St., or Phone 188. 



Dairy mo 



Hit VTMEN 



POTTS. HOWARD A. G— REAL ES- 
' tate Financial and Timber agents. In 
business In Victoria for over twenty ycara 
office 688 Fort street. ^ ■ 

rrUtACKSELL, ANDERSON"* CO. — REAL 

I statsa, Umber loans, rentals, collections 

Ofnoea: I'.iglna, Sask., and Victoria, B. C. 

Office: 1210 Broad St. Phone 1 ,22- 



AN FRANC1BCO 
;e. Cataloi 

1818 Mark, l sir--, t 



VETERINARY 
Hied 

S.F. 



W'TANTED— A f$UR8ERV"*, KNESS 
\\ .,. J. s H Mawon, 
Adelaide. Esquimau,' betweer.' the hours of 
11 a.m. and 1 p.m. . • ■ , -. 



_-__—_— 



p.i BlNEfffl CltANOBtl 



| • SALE - MOST Sl.'COE! 

1 treatment for liquor and ding baWti 



known; choice of Victoria or Van, 
pleasant, profitable, exclusive, 

m,ith, ' 
attle, Wash. 



us' :r,th avenns south. Se- 



t,tOR SALE— A PA J 

R 

rent > «0 per 
strei t 



PAV 



I . . "MI N'i ' 

n_ 



ThTm: ' SE \T LADYHMITH. II 

year lease,' 

Yates 



THIRTY MORE sl.v.1'.,. MACHINE OP 
sors wknled, electric power ma 
Dhlnes, eight hour day. union wages- Be- 
ginners taught. Apply Turner Ufetotl * Co.. 
factory corner of Bastion and V, harf streets 
Victoria. ■- ' - • 



near Empress hotel. 



LIST YOUR BOARD AND ROOMS WITH 
us. Warburt'on A Co.', 1005 Government 



tCHANOB, LOR THE 
;, work; ' hand 

■ int,.' woman s work » 

, in the woman's bui.idli ■ ""\, .'. u ' 
fair. Ladles Interested may obtain fuller 
particulars on application to -Mis. 
,ti. nar.ls, Loyal Oak, P. O. 



L. 



VTcrrmn. 

ii 



Bismarck. Wash. 



S" NA P— LOT. MICHIGAN STREET, 40x120 
' f'eef high; car line; near Government 
....iMin« 18501 terms. Owner. Box 164, 



buildings, 

1'nlntllat. 



EUN K-ROOM COTTAGE 



( ' HAVE THE 



ONM ELECTRICAL 
mac bine to V.li'- 



> 1 a ip'ltoatiTig 

tor. a for Yale and postofflce k.>« Insaring 

a perfect tit always. H. Al. rt llson. 814 

i ant. .■■ 



SI M Ml It Rl Mill I - 



D 

fishing season 



ANTED— OHESSM A KINO APPRENTI- 
Apply "Mra Angus. 8r* floor 



w 

r r's 



\ \ ■ iNTEU— DR-J-SMARTNG APPRENTl- 
\ » ,s. Apply M l— McMillan, 3rd floor 

spent - ■»■ . 



SITUATIONS WANTED— MALE 







month. Room 



sin m USERS 



TEUNE A BL 

J awnings, camp furniture. Warehouso 
670 Johnson St. Phona. 7!i6. 



BTI NCU, AND BE VI. KNI.RVt ISO 



L1PLEND1D OPEN1 . It 1 N - 

C5 : istrlous blacksmith and w }wor*er, 

newlv built shop will be rented to Hi-,, r.ght 
person.. Fur further parti. ■ dints apply to L 
.is. t'olwood, Oak Dell Park. 



T7IOR SALE— LAUNDRY. AND LOT ON 
r Slmcoe strret. block, 29, lot 20 triangle 
Shape. Price $3,700, Apply 1.09. Govt St. 

KING EPM vki- HOI i l ' ' 



UTSID IK via. 

kind, t'l 1 Douglas sti 



ANY 



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UtOf ot I 



I R AND BTENCIL 

, rther, l- wimrt St.. 

behind Post Otl 



GilAL 
Cu' 



Rolling,. "...ft. »le the ll.enjrtid pr 

ilaes known as the King Bdward Hotel 



SAND \M> OB WEL 



HEANEY 
street 



I I'M 

phone 171. 



OFFICE 85 Wharf 



• ricTORIA 'l'l/' CX AND 
■ i V ' '" T e lephone 10, ■ i.i 



DRAY CO.— 



in i WORKS 



B 



Q STEAM DI I W ' IRE ' i '"' ; L ' V l< 

,, ii i Ing mid cleaning works In tn« 
,,,,vii Country orders solicited. Tel. 

100 .1 C Renfrew. - proprietor. 

PAULS STEAM OYE WORKS— 318 FORT 
gtreel We Bls*p, press and repair 
Udles 1 a»8 g-TiTWiiins garments equal to 

ti.w Phone 1124. __, - '.'.. 

VICTORIA STEAM DYE WORKS. 84* 
Fort atreet; telephone 1X1, Ladles' 
„,,d Oentlemen's garments cleaned , or r dyad. 



B& GRAVE I GOT OF 

Johnson SI I 1388. .Washed and 

l sand; gravel for Concrete 'wprfc i' 
m or ou scows at Royal Hay. 

SHORTII and 



S of n doubl. 



Argyll 



KLECTRICI ANS' „ ELECTRIC st/T II tKg 

1/tO'OT A -TUSON, ELECTRICAL . CON- 
? 'tractors v. soil ■ • Stoi " 

\ i i U ' '" 

. , — ■-*-- n-- - ^- — e --■ _ te i in :._ ilsllUL, ' ' ' — " J,M 



SHORTHAND SCHOOL— 110s BROAD ST.. 
Victoria Bhorthand. Typewriting, 
i-plng. Telegraphy thoroughly U 
luates nil good positions. E. A. Mac- 
i , In clpal. ' 

RCAVENGINO 



I. The io 

corner with 128 f»«i fron tage on 

.., rTrsrTTvTfru. . 
h.ill.ling. ,,'""- 

•olnlns li ioma dtnlngrpom, lad -s and 

g-nttemen'S private silling rooms, kitchen. 

,,„„„, ,,;,,- and liquor roonv • 
,*„,.,,. iiahed throughout. The King 

I'S on" a 
, i„ Port Alhernl and Is magnlfl 

,i„. lotvn oommand- 
IHB a Tlrr^r" J - i M Harbor and rnnimtaiM, 



VOI'Nii SCOTSMAN, DE-IRES 141 

I V rou, hmati with private family, 

thoroughly understands ' hla duties. i>. 
Black. » street. 

TO a ^^^ : S AND MERCHANTS 

I rOKKEEPER WITH WU 

.\ .:,,.. Is open fnr f«8*«"; 

meot; 10 years In I umbla, sti nart 

nergetlc; could lake cha'rg* of branch 

,,'v; commence duties at once;, good 

Box 23'. I'oionlst, . . ■ 



El' DIVE, ' "WICHAN LAY. Bl 

s available for the -salmon 
lighten. ' ; 

BBAY 
.'Undei new mn.nag. ni,-ut. .good boating, 
bathing and fishing. Hvtel. carriage metits 
, i-ultis ,an station. For terms apply 

T. L. - ' '' -Q".|B t ^ t tekajr; 

B~ UCK LAND • PARK. W ! DBS Ml, 

and. Seaside summer resort a . few 
Rates $1.4)0 -per day 



rno speak frenoii OR olrman in 

J. three' months; Improvement »n Berlitz 
method, . Trial ■ lesson tree, uoa Stanley 

R1641. , , 

CO.. 

Contracts 



VICTORIA WINDOW CDEA.NT.NG 
Port atnot, phone 24'.il. Col 
taken k or month. 



A WITH 

all conveniences, on **$*"*, ^'^" fi y 
vT minutes from city hall. $2,800. on i.asj 
fer ma "Apply 830 Princess avenue. 

rr-KI.Oia.IN PARKDALE. ALL BUT 
.).».» Kiof the original lots are srdd 

"*•£}%«£" Price ' t »I00 Bd wl.V, ^« 
^;^u;,l 1 "ir 1 rnl;nth Ir ^em $ berton A Son. 

614 Fort street. _;^ . 

~ oou LAND FOR SALE— FIFTY MILES 

G° from Victoria on B. « iM. «f l *Jg r « 

Closeto 'good^market^c.los^jo 



STAMPING FOR WORK O.N 

your own mate' lal. Ordets taken at 

M ». Turner, m; fort nyt-it. 



guests taken. 
Grimmer. 



« 



-iriOLIN. FLUTE AND HARP— MR. DAN 
V Green (Late Sergt. Soloist, and teach- 
er. Royal Artillery String Hand) and Lon- 
don Bconcerts, etc. Desires pupils. J H) tt 
i.mu ud avenue . — ' ' 

M" - !^ H E. BAKER. TEACHER OF ELO- 
; ctttlo'n and expression, 1202 Vancouver. 



TVSRRAVARAGH - ESQUIMALT ROAD 
it rood, large garden, beautifully situat- 
ed; neaTsea. On car line. Terms moder- 
ate. Phone L72B. - 



ROOM AND BOARD. 



LET — FURN1S11E.D \M> 

s.(eX Mu plehurst. 1987, Blan chard^ 

75« 
-! , | and board; 



"AN AND W 



IN 



M A * conducting rooming - and. 
housfi want position , in, city or 

Re.ply IS1 ''olonlst. , 



EXPERIENCED 
uoar 

country. 



TO 

T,l I. 

Miss Hall 




TTiOR SALE-SMALL ACREAGE OVER- 

lpokl -- 



1 cfian—Bay, opposite hotel. 

,P "n'i"^ »r.tV for nshlng. and shoot ng 



lara. P.O. Box 7 8S. 



eir.-.-t. 



INTERNATIONAL EMPLOYMENT A 
\\ in Watoe, manager. 79 Alexander 

««reet Van ' •*!"•_ ",'Jl " 

,ble help you muscget'them 

lable man whose reputation will 

bear strict Investigation 



.BAD THIS— FOR SALE 



OFF THE 

T^i yreSS^Va\'e^ 

P.O.. ■ •' ■■ " ■' ■•' 



C! MALL FARM-SOUTH SAANICH I Vk 
kS miles from - Vltlluila on main road. II 
■ nretty six roomed bungalow, recently 
. — — -<..- water on 



:.i I 



OOVERNMENl 



f> i \ENII1 H 

IO street, close parliament buildings, und. v 

new management is' place toi bomi 

tons also sure ■•satisfaction .. 

.wortii a tflal, ! "■ . 



SITUATIONS WANTED— I » U a] " 



is. 



LINES— YARDS CLEANED. RES1- 
| .ok St. Phone 1 799, , 



VH -TORI A Ro W i 
,182'i <;overnment Street Phone, 062. 

| rubbish reinovid. 



\v 



.-G ON. 1709 GOVT ST. PHONE 25. 



further particulars apply to 
. 

me. ■ im tiers. 

Victoria, H. u 



KBRp] EB MI0DLE vara 

,,, wishes position M . Working 

l„„..ek.-per' or general servant. • 

■ ' .-mist. ;___ 



KMS AND . BOARD. TERMS MODER 
Lngel h 

posit- court ; 



pot i i in iani un kstock 



Tj>OR HALE— S'n-YEAR-OLD. HI 

l 1 buggy and harness In flrst jbIA* 




e trial. Prtcea and ternis apply The Du- 
irisi Stump Puller' and Tool manufacturers 
ttt Hurnelde road. Victoria B. C. 



REMOVAL NOTICE— THOMAS CATTER- 
all bulldssr and geneial contractor, has 
removed to KUl Eort street, abov. yundrs, 
T«t. 820. ' 



GREEN HOUSES— FLAT BOTTOM BOATS, 
long- ladders, stepr. meat aate, dog 
bouses In stock and made to order. Jones 
Capital Carpenter and Jobbing Factory. 1003 
Vancouver and Tales etrset. ■ 



ouanUty of" farm •implement. A gen u.n. 
ga,n K concern. $2,000 take. Immediate M» 
J°..lon. Price $7,000. 10 year, to pay th. 
balance. Apply J. K Colonist office- 



KKAL ESTAT« 



llllot 
PhdV 



1)1 X Si I 



OENTLEWoMAN DESIRE: 
B ■ - ,"* CdtoSl 

' il ____i?_ , il!llL_" ' 

TTesTeuTABLE MM'. " WOM-AN 

two ot- thr,-„ half ,days each week. Appu 



Box ' 



I OSl AND Ft) I ND 



I 
White In face. ' It-tun, 

nioiiiintiou to Armstrong 
Kingston- Bultabls n W '" .1 



tOST HBO ''oi KI 
j Uttle 






HA U K - 

c;, j-:, . ■ ,-, I ...» ..-I Itlmls nf SHIM Ii. i 

carried, installations nnd repairs promptly 

n i i . tided to . i '"'i •"• I'll.,"" '• ' ;! 



EMPLOYMENT HI R) VU 



\\ r,N 



NO o.N. 170!) GOVT ST PHONE M. 



STORAGE VND It VREIIOI sim, 



R B BY 'u ' w li A It''' ST . i 

f Yates rnm.n lesion, storage, waro- 
hriuslngr-nwnufactur.r s agent and Bond 
No. 10 Phonn_3il....l' " »ox 408. m2tl 



CtTORAGE .AND WAR] ^V^un" 

55 I s] . Apply W. W. Oun- 

ce^^A^Xa j-__P. O. Box J^ORy. 

IT. AS WD (111 I IT* 



I' ,,„ e'ojllttr. Owner ma; 

Ban,,,' by paying " ""^ proving 

idvertlsing Dsparun i 

n 1st ofTfce. _^ : L_ 



TTIX.PK ' " l - vl '' 1 ' 

J ll wants DOSltl IB 
196 i'oionlst. 



HER 
tppU 



I" 



,,,.1; BALE ' ' DOWN RAMS; 

, ,i |, Held Ml tchosln, ' 



noR 



BALE Gobi) EAMII.V 



io\V 
Id 



JTOR SALE— MISCELLANEOUS 



A s) 



,' SALE 
wagon 



Inquire I4lj 



MACHINE 

Pi-.,n,i ii i ■ i ' ■ 



pr., , 



QUlol nn.Li-.io.l milk, i ; ■If,/""" I '' '..; 
... «<tn K.n.n.ire ,Mra .WhUwell, ljft»» 



Paklngtntp street 



|", 



WANTED BY AN ELDE1 .'V WHO 

\\ |. , ing shortly for. England, at 

Ing companion, for whoso services a 
ration Is ofT.-r.-.l. A "'« to 

j 12a, Colonist. 



T (>KT l.A I'V B OOL1I WATCH AT I 

I A drill hull 

■ ., I ,. p. m Rl 'urn to 
Mrs. Hlhbi -vdal," North Hampshire 

road, ■ ■ • ' ■ ''I- 



LOST— ON — » . ■ DA5 
In drill half or els. ' • gold 
- folding (ni. til«t 



OI.AKS AND W.A7.IMI 



I"-iVFRY Di:s>nn"n"N OF GLASS 
( J Plate ph. •■!, prtsmatlo, «rn»m«ni»l. 

,,,,,,,,', -,. -ii-.- Hi Iroti ' . l.'.il . "8 Fort 

H trect. -,,. ...... - 

HARDWARE 



PIONEER >OFFEB , & SPICE, M I 
| , , pembroM rsat, VlCtOTlS, Tele- 



phone r.io 



IIMI1KH 1 tNDs III 



: ¥Tn7oR E Q A "•" KARDWARE 

.1 agrictt'tui msr ol 



Bt»j__ 

rrtHE HICKMA iVE HARDWARE CO 

I , . hardware, cutlery. 

and 34 , ' '' '' ''' , B '^ C - 



riAI'T 5 J, BROVi NRIOQ 1 IMB1 F 

S, .mining. "l'l,'- l'"i" 



r.i Boi ftC3. 



/ 



B 



I Mli:iUVIUMI AM> I'.MIIH MINO 
"" C. FUNERAL Ki Rl i IH1N0 CO 



1281 

l'i. « . 



Gov't St. T.-l " 116 »»« -2«7. IXS8, 

Prompt attention Chaa Haywaro, 

\ ll.,>wi,i.l. Sei ; K On.elton >Igr 



w. J . 



., t Tiir fini nMICT Cdlte-ge -of Embalming t.oi 

^llbSCnbC IO!' THt UULUIMIoI Nail OWO* Phone "S Res. plwo 



It AiV .^ fl. I .-. i ■! ... 

• rs 810 Yati s t ; t Graduate ' JA 
, Bnibali Ing i ■ raotor to H M, 



till, al 



JLi on Fort street It. turn to standnril 

Stntloi 



I. , it 'ST S HETWEEN ' ' " >K 
J street and tSSdai Bill, iadj 's bond 
bag ooatalntng oash, »to., finder writing or 
returning II n irded. ; ■ 

Mount ' .iii.ii. Victoria ' 



w 



ANTED- 
klhd, 



.daily .Work 

24i! Superior str>" ' 



HES POR BAJ 
heavy: work horsi s .in 11 
also a l'i w gootl .iliigli- ill 



ens! ; 

Thompson, sale 
Vancouver, H. C 



hum, GO^ llariiaid. street, 
phone H4H1. 



SALE ,MoT.;>R . l.ArN'Ii. THE 
l<__o_j, u , J1 i| > " long; nli'nost new; 
In first class Condition. Apply , aretak-.-r, 
oak Bay boat house. . 



'BAIill I.ADViB,,., UHJTi'lilT, r,,, KriEll 



•|*W-lls*» o:,u. 

tlohi'ry. 



Apply Standard sin 



lOR BALE THR1 i:i«'Yole 



Appl Q'l'lst. 



VrOlWtl ENGLISH UDV . DESIRE 

X siiion as dally governess, morning or 

nob and Spanish. Box 64. , 

,1st. --■• '■- ■■ ' - 



Tl \< HKRS WANTED. 



T BACKER WANTED 
school Apply ' J. s 
1 1 C. , 



■ 
Miilf, Secretary 



t ri-i ICA WILL 



r- ci' ; IV nil Id 1 I. 

I j irnlnsj lame to 

parllami nl ' ulldlNgs 



VWYO 
L| vrerici 

wlll'hn |, 'W ,,i ,1. ■! 



i i.i \.'n BROOCH. > 
\ j . .,,, i- ■■ tnfl Oarbe 

I i Market streel 



• ,.,st NUGGET BRACELET BETWEEN 
I; ,,,,■. Vanoouver, Fori and oov.-m 

;, , 1 L04« View Hit . . i 

, oi srit.AVED. FROM !«4< QUA 

lj. dra street, blaOH and White colMo pup. 



HE RECEIVED 
by ih- undersigned -up till. Batu||day. 

isltlon of assistant 
I ... ,. „. ,,„ol Sidney. 

, . oi.oith. 1-rnnk .1. M. NorriS, 

■ecretai •'_, . ■ , ,' 



\ \ -ill. BTXCHANGH '. ■ \ll R 

\> ....oi, l.in-se for a flesh cow or poul- 

■n 1st , ' ' * '. 

Ft)R HALE ONE. OVOI>; QUIET B-1RK 
»bln 

Old, .prl- '<■ »2S, I": " '' W* P< ''.''•'' 

Island. , ' . 



I 
4_aoR SALB—LKIMT, 4-vvheel WAQ 

" XLZ_.%*<X Apply, 41 Ontario slroet. 



BRITISH AMERICAN TRUST 

COMPANY, LTD. 
Corner Broad and >lew Streets. 



1/toR I.NB-DAT ONLY AT TH1 I RIC- 
1 J7,r,00, the Urge triangle, cvrner. D«U| 



\V\NTED TO EXCHANGE TRAINED 
V> Irish s.'lt.i don i|...llgr. .1 .for sport- 
ing rifle in | 'itlon, niitomatlc pre-' 

ferr.,1 Applv 

, v,| i I Vl':.\H t" OELD- 

.1^ ing, broken tosaddl ■ * ■PU n *i,4; 

l„ 1(fK \ .Ibo a young 

„„\, ,, moiitha. has imMMOl 

Williams,. 



K,.i ii in S CHOOL DLSTR1CT— THE 

ror"p..H. St irn.hr, . .alar; • " ""•'" \- ,. A 'V 

dress - "., ,.„„, Koksliah, 

Island. . 



V 

i.'oblo 



. Lb-small wteam tto. ;at 

J^ 'eondltlon. "' ••"'"'••■ t ' Vlc ' 
t-wcla i " ' -r— 



PROPER a \NTED 




fa 1 - Ua> " 



nnd Burnslde road. This Is 
poVt" the .'••onl McKenzio-Mann (»U1 
nnd wili he very valuable In 



a, short 



Ilniuiiiii A tvPP'l 






AND 



To 

ultnhle for cesrfi must 
Box 204 Colonist. ;, ' 



11 "A NT ED ACTH 

\\ , ,, ,, ant lots on- easy terms, 

i-i- 1 Box s ". Colonist. 



1.,- 



I - SALE— ENGLISH SETTER PUP 
I ' property. 

Ennui' 

Y -.,,ernmT 



I 

- ' 



rriEAOHER WANTED (.MALE OH I I 

i me II I '"" l 

.1 nines .H_Jjn 



m 

arst'rict, h 
secretary, Toft 



C, a ppl 
flna, L 



. , .« 



vrnAHTBD— tV.Vii: 

\\ i.i. school Balai IRQ per month. Ap- 

j.lv O _ Akei*mnn .»■< retary. 



Advertise in THE COLONIST 



i-NOR SALE --HOOD i I'OSE 

X? „i,-t irsa, shoui ii.M); Wot« 

-au-gJt:". do.ii.i "■•""'• 

bell, ilcnumonl P O ■_ 



I '' 



H 



oonj 



I 

onklands Dairy. ^ ::' . 

I • tAJsHbsJrfi'OHT AND D 
- 4 and . Id, also > 

-™ , ICsatl-i P. 



W - " 



BXCHANOHJ 25 acres 



HEWLINGS & CO. 

ll«t Broad BtreaU 



Phone ,1714. 



I 'I.~ 



_'.) IIC\(\— CORNER LOT. OAlv bai ciei- 
•>_,I)UU trior, 120x100 feet. t»500 cash 

S1...00 

: 18,000- sps^^8«. A SS 



TWO CORNER LOTS ON 

car line. ' 



property 
onk Bny. 



1'IIIIITIITV KIR vM r 



S2,450 



{200 

h«w lot' f. 

electric 



id.rn 






ineis. 



hall. 



ear iin 
light, 

t i-i- 1 •• ., l v ii n 

llgllt riN.ln.eM 

and i l >' I"'":' 1 "' I" /his 

, from 

I 

, (14. Fort st reel 



good view ; gbOd w<U of water. 



/GORDON HEAD ROAD— 28 ACRES, »70( 

\T per acre. ' • , 

,i ,.,A5_aT»BEJfe«^B^tANO LOT 

Li I ■ ' . • " . 



$4,500 



-SAANI'll DISTRlt'T 
acret with smail hou 



FOR II 

... partly 



1£»f.ACRl ' "AT LAKE, 40 CHAIKI 

|t)U , re 

ii BTMEJJT8, 
KJ on Douglas. Johnson and Tales street. 



• ,. ','... ' . , . ■■ 






MWfflW 



T^^iSertaww^ri^'Wr.-'.r 



asatjfe-.. 



/ 



Friday, AuguK 12, 1910 



7 



/ 



/ 



VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



17 



T 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 



mXJU. MsTATK— (CoSt.) 



C: H. RICHARDSON 

• 16 Fori Street, Mourn 1. I "p»t ■ Ira 



FEHNWOOD ROAD- .SIX -ROOM HOU8BJ, 
HOP ct ih, balance »b ri-n t nt 7 per rent. 

I 'wo l,.»s. (400 ra«h, balunct- 150 month- 
ly. 7 per c ent., 

OUO-LAS STREET BrXUALOW. six 
room*, thrre qu«rt.r» arrr. |2..\00 : cash 
1990, balance «, lg months at 7 pe r' cent. 

I^DWARD STREET. „ VICTORIA WEST. 
4~ two storey house. $S,000; rush 1900. bal- 
ance to suit. ■ ' 

FAIRFIELD ESTATE. NEAR CAR LINK 
-r-Ollve street, four lota each ROxt-'O. 
»To0 each; rash $100 at $10 mont h. 

A" BLOCK 0£ EIGHT l,t)TS NEAR I'M, 
las road^" on Moaa ■ t r >• f • t . each lot la 
Kxllfi Price $4,400; avrragf 1*50 each. 



PLUMMttfl & RIDE0UT 

Oil Eililf. Timber and lntnrom r nicnte. 
lilt Broad St. Phone .'SO!. 

DUCHESP STREET- Ft >l K l.UMF. U'TS 
for aaie. each 60x110, between Lielghtnn 
_an4 Port atrceta, for fTOO each, on easy 
terms. 



LEE AND FRASER 

RmI Katat* and lneuraac* Agents. Trounce 
Avenue. 

CJPCAA— WILL PURCHASE A SIX 
eJ>^*x«_M./V roomed, modern house on Clar- 



ence strr«-t. 



11X200 
$2500" 



ON1.V. FUR TWO tiOOU 
on Montreal str-et. 



LOTS 



FOR 

tace. 



A FIVE 

close In, 



ROOMED TOT- 
ou Colllnaon St. 



<D»«; A/WV-WIIX Bl'V I TWO LOTS ON 
iJHrv/W Kingston street, a good buy. 

$~ rTOKA OXLT-- FOR A SEVKN ROQivT 
I.)-* OV e d bunsalow' on Menxlss street. 
modern In every respect. 



$1500 



For. A LOT WKI.I, SITUATED 
on Harbinger avenue. 



d. Mcintosh 



Real Estate and I lnaui-lal Arent. 
Jlahou Bids., OuvrrnmenL. .Street. Victoria 
- i. B. C. Telephoue 1740. 

4 I.I, M'i!,Kit\ 8 ROOM ll'irsK' ON 

XX. John r' t-i •>! . iqi gi (eei frontage; only 

J8.SO0; terms. 



CJEM1 mmukun v ROOM HOttSS ON 

► ^ Third' sin . t pn Ij (1 BSQ , i.i ins. 

mwO LOTS |\ lU'RLEITH. J675 EACH. 






HINKS0N SIDDALL & S0M 

P. ft*. Bern m New Orana Theatra Bulldlnr. 
. Tel. It*. 



"I -J Q ACRES WITH NICE WATERFRONT 
J--H7 Saanlch Arm, ni-ar Mill Hay, 16-0 



per acre. 



"VICE LOT, DALLAS ROAD. 88xl»i price 

-»-' 11.366; terrna to suit purchaser. 



SHAW REAL ESTATE CO. 

Phone 1094 707 4 Tales Street 



IfX CHANGE— A PROPOSITION THAT 
-^ ahould Intereat you. If you would like 
flvM seres Just outside, city, under perfect 
cultivation and with house, shrubbery arjrt 
fruit trfra, then this is your— opportunity. 
You can buy it or you can exchange your 
house (close In i for thiV'property. 

ll T E HAVE SEVERAL EXCHANGE POR- 
'» positions i mostly acreage for city 

property i which may Yippeal to you. 

VAPOLBON KNEW HIS OPPORT.I'NI- 

-».' tie* He had the genius for taking Aii- 
vantage of th*m We have n'.n- .. rat three 
miles out for 14.000 Th-re are all kinds 
of snaps but this Is THK SNAP 



SCOTTISH HEALTY CO. 



»oei 



S, Challonsr 
a sat bank. 



Block. Tates 
Pbons 1401. 



strati. 



1 fiO A, ' RES OF SPLENDID LAND, TWL 
JLv/" miles from i.'SAvh-han station and 
ha!f a mil* frntn i.'owlchan wharf. 40 
acres under cultivation;' jood new house: 
large barns; well watered. Price "TflO, 000'; 
rrrms arrnnged , — 



1TWO la its CLOSE to cook STHtitt'f 
JCI50 each. - 



THE CAPITAL CITY REALTY 

IDMIM.W. 

Ileal Ksdite I liuiiitliil nml Insurance Agents 

Plume i I Hi (UK Vatra street. 



\'i:\s 5 ROOM COTTAOB, Fl i.I.Y MQD 
J-^ 'in. Qrahain street, class to King's 
road, lot 60x1X0, price >3t-400; J400 cash, 
haiani-e fXO pi -imnth. 



1,-MVK ROOM MODERN COTTA.OE, VIN- 
Ing street price 11.600; $500 cash, bni- 
aoce ariangiil. 



K 



IS'O'S ROAD AND CRAHAM STREET. 
ilii" lots, price JS.'jno.; terms. 



HERBERTS. L0TT 



Phone i,i: 



Boa i . '. Tr« 1» Bldg. 



T^IGHT-Rpo E -..,., ., ... ,,,. 

J-i- « • ;,nxltn fruit trees and flow- 

erlng vines; good hen house and yard. Price 

' 



THE GARDNER REALTY CO 



640 Vat.s 



1'hone \W, 



|gj (ON Ft rB - | ■ : HIGH 

•O class trade In business (paction Of CRy: 

»rj cosy corner pg , two. Rood 

Store room.-- - i. moms ■' liTiitalra; ull 

newly renovated. Owner lak. . ger busi- 

ness. Will Sell, for mtlCh i . i.w VHlu. 
good tenant. -About IS, OOP cash will hir lie 
this. I sure Hvti 



NOTICE 



Re Capt. 



De- 



Edward Barkley, B. 

ceased. 

■ 

All persons having claims nKiiinst the 
■iptaln Kdyvaril BiitUI- R 
-•»d. .late of AVfsitriolme, B. C, 
are required to . send imriiciilars. duly 
yenfl^il thet*«Ot t' Messrs. Crecul 
Crease. 51' I Fort street. Victoria. B - 
on or \before the '31st day of August, 
1910. 

Pate.l the 30th day of July. A. D. 1910 
(.Sljrn.-d) , 

'OFFrVKY BAR.v ro\. 

\ ' Executor: • 



/^O ACRES ON SOUTH PENDER ISLAND 

Oo new. well built cablfi, three acr-s 
slashed and pajtly cleared; 30 or 40 acres 
of fine land, nearly quarter of a mile -w ' 
front, good beaco; good water; splendid 
shooting and fishing. Price only $2,000; on 
easy terms. 



OAAi'RES OF SOOD LAND .nTj ROCK. 
O" good water supply, 12 acres slashed, 
small house, c!fl#«. to station I'rlce, onlv 
J2.500. 

CITY BROKERAGE 

121* Douglas St., '.Opposite Merchants Bank 



NOTICE OFVDISSOLUTION 

':"' M\ r \. >i|i B'OMit the partri' i 

heretofore sulislstl'oiK between John 

Kra«ie,r and Jo& n - Morr iaoh at 

. i B. C„ tinder tie' style of "Kraser ana 

Morrison." was' dlssolvjpdV on the l^t 

;gti:,t, 19.10, ati'l tHat the said 

busines s will' In 'the -future 'be carried 

on by John ' Morrison, to who.rnvall oot- 

standinK accounts are payable aHcl who 

-will be responsible for all liabilities In 

connection with tho said" business. 

JOHN FRASKIi. 



$0 1 C\C\ BI'TS COOp 6-ROOM CCiT 
*»»JL"\r i ,|os- to car; excellent .garden. 



nlmost new; my ternio. 



Jt.HX MOUKISON. 



DISSOI^JTION OF 
NERSHIP 



PART- 



VP l t+*'r\J hous» good garden 



k8*i ,6 R 
anrl ' 
trees; thoroughly mode.-n and close, to High 
School and car. 

«n»4; TKA bi'y.s one of the rest 

'Jrr» • ■*■)'■' planned houses In the c|i'. 
large rooms and good .basement: large 
closets In a' I bedrooms, the most fastidious 
would be pleased vlthtn half mile of city 
halfc ■ ■ , '. 

Ann Burs good 8-room .hocsf 

,*/V*l.' s'one foundation; cement floor; 
good garden ,md shade trees, on the, be H r 
part »< tiak Bay avenue, about one-third 
a' re r\V land. , .J 



A. 

:o« V4kee Street. 



ILLIAMS & CO.. LTD. 

Pheas 13SS. 



so : 

13.200 



20' 



RES FACINO ON MAIN ROAD, 
yen mlWs from city. Very cheap. 



TAKE WQT1 "E that the partnership 
heretofore evIntlnK *■■ Frederick 

.leunn and' Philip Jeune. tradlnc .■ 

til makers under the firm name of 
and Bro the : i n. son 

street, has been dissolved by mutual 
consen-t a» from the 30th- day of June, 
1810, the- * • illip Jeune retlr in^r 

from the, Arm. 
aii liablliUea bit the firm win be mot 
letine who Is cont Inulrig;' the busi- 
ness and all - mone ys, owing: to the late 
tirm are- to l>o paid to tho said V. JeUne. 
Dated this 25th day of July. 1910. 

i- JJBUNE, 





IN DRY F 




Vice-President and Secretary 
for That Country to Be 
Nominated in ' Connection 
With World Congress 



nil. i ape 
lhai stt r 



sroKANK, Wash., Aug. LI.— Growers 
in sevcrttl districts in India arc atinui 
to nilnpl 'iry faxming methods, and, al- 

thougrh the pinn may be slow in gain-' 
Ins a hold, tt is predicted H will re\o- 
Uiliuni/..- agxlQUlture in that vtisi terri- 
tory, winch probably suffers more from 
drouUi than any Other I'mmtiy In tlie 
world. t 

Htmlenis of BOt no 'in lc in.'i.lcnis in 

1 1 1 • 1 1 : i beiieve these methods will ovei 

rntti'- I tn- - effects nf drouth.' snys 

editor of The Herald "f Health, pub- 
lished at 1. iicknow, In s I w I. [iim* arll- 

• •i niiirii I Rig upon i he ft" t the I I ( 

prtnoiplefl "i di • farming ore being 
si mill .1 n mi n.i roduced In i B4ila 
1 1 1 n. "and it i- also believt d 
fe-riuK from drouth win b< great lj mln- 
Imlied." , 

John T, ii'u n.s. s. . i • iiu ■>' the CTfj 
lai.MiiiK i ..,,;. s. which win nave it.s 
hi'th convention In Spokane, Oty 

• , • ■ i . .h minis- 
ter at Washington D C has- taken up 
Willi t nial "tninlsiry the qu 

president and 
t.'tty from Imlm for the 

■ ' leers win he appoint* ! nexl 

i. .thus Klvine; India representation 

-rm-'frrree-^a-rtlr ■- J ^'e'-^ mKP eeraraAre a d" >' hits 

lil'Leea^ meoibera in India. 'I'l 

are Interested In the work is evidenced 

■ requent ln<|uirlo«< 

\v ii Bennett of Rautguugae, Bengal. 

who has lived in itidia !2 years, says" 

in a letter to Mr. Burns that he t> 

millions of ncres of land there cttn be 

Utilised aud made to produce large <iui"ii- 

■ >f foodstuffs by the practice of 



dry farming. This, he adds, will be, of 
untold benefit to the thousands who are 
starving in different parts of the coun- 
try. 

"I desire all the Information availa- 
ble upon tin' suhjeet," Mr Bennett sftys, 
poet to take up dry farming 
e-st others In this country In 
the science of cotiseMvIng the moisture 



"as 1 exi 

and /in ten 



Of the soil. I hclieve it will he 
cess In India." 



a she- 



MINING NEWS 



jopltn District. 

The .lopiin disnici. Including contig- 
uous 1 parts of Missnuri, Kansas, Vrkan- 
saa ami Okiahigua, prodticefl Il7,:int 
sort tons of sine. li\ i K '.'t B'rom tuts 
Hgujre the outpu< thci i b -• d to — , i 18 
in 1907, dropping with lower priees to 
■,,\i."s in tftois. in the in. -inn mo- and 
particularly since i 90 i pi oduotion else- 
where m the-- Cniter States grew rapidly, 
though ii v. as' small us BoTHpared with 
.lopiin. This outside- product inn is esptt- 

elally small if the higher oontent .-r the 

Missniiiji i. re he Uiki'u IntQ a C C OiUnt It 

Was, early determined thai a tariff on 

/mi' Ore would lie laid; ami \i,>;ust 

i 'ui'i i hi nee, duties took effecJ The i 
^1 e .in anged An a sliding scale, the tai 
to^ >iiij nm with the percentagt o\ uu tal 
in the ore: ii|i to tnd Including to pel 
cent, the ore Is free, from 1-5 to. so -per 
cent, the tag is ' , < fj iim ro !•■ STB p. I 



CITY OF VICTORIA 



A complete list of Local Improvement Workji, authorized by Bylaw, from time to time, will be found 
posted on the Bulletin Board at the main entrance to the City Hall. 

TO IRON FOUNDRY MENH 



♦♦♦♦♦» 



eeni . '.■• over pei i t - - . . ■ .- , l meWrjg pursuant 



Tenders for Sheds 
and Stalls 



Tenders will be received by the 
undersigned up to -4 p.m. on Im 1 
day, August 1^, for luiililin^ sheds 

and .stall in Market yar. ! a- per 
plans and specification'-., winch 
can he seen at my office, City 
llall. Lowest or any tender -not 
necessarily accepted 

W'M. \\. XtjRTllC'OTT, 

1 i 1 1 i 1 < 1 i n J4 C - B S pe'cto - r i 

Companies Winding Up Act, 1898. 

NOTICE ■ 






Tenders 



13 Sf Ulel.l I I IC 1 ' ' I ■! Ill 11,. 

•Since no ore \ 1 1 1 < 1 • 1 

Imported . ..ii-. . the practical ef- 

fect! to ,1( •'■■■ rnaximuhl tax. ThK 
mi the ores aetnalfj Im p o r ted, which 
• per cent, sine, amqunta 
1 .. I i .aii!: On Jliis be .uing 

due allowance for-frelgin 1 c < 1 1 f - 

e in grade, Mexican ore. is us 
cheap nt the Kansas furnaces e-i, 
to snieit 11, as is tn. near-by Jopito 

if the amount paid as dut>' be 
deduct Ice paid the 

lean miner, w.ljich Is largely il..n.-. tl,.- 
foreign "ore may-be treated^at higher 
profit than the . d o m es tic ^- -1'iiat tills 
is true Is shown by tlie fact that foreign 
tinned t" he Imported, 
though, in somewhat reduced amount. 

In th e seven months of LSM, bei wmrpub 

new law went into effect. Import ■ 



td Section .lil 

to be held al the office of J. Q 1 
on the Jlrd dgy of August at the hour 
of 3 p. in. t.i receive report and pass 
account .if Liquidator of the St. .ait 
l'.nl.i'1'tsnii Company; l.'mll-il 

~. A. STUART ROBERTSON, 

Liquidator. 
Dated at Victoria, B. ■ this 21st day 
of July, 1910._ 




CAKCELLATIOK Or KESEBV&. 



NOTICK t r herel.y given that the I* 

nerve existing in crown lands in the 

vtcintu ei Bablne Lake, sin. ate in 

Cost District, notice of which 

llBhed tn the Britlsli Columbia 

.-..-tto, dated December 17th, 1K08, is 




averaged |n,:::'.s t ons p e r month. In U e canretie.i in so far as 
first seven months following, thej aver .inhered 

f..'7 For .iamrarT anl february I 1*16, 510, 1507, 1 



thej' were equivalent to s little m 



! 1601, 



Births Marriages, Deaths |* 



BORN, 

MONK- -At Si ■ hospital, ori Au- 

| Hill. I- M . ' fj M ' Tl'ie.Hler.- 

U - ■ son. 

11 1 ■ i 1 ! — ^— — — 

MARRIED. 

W.\L' I. -'I N 'K Christ 

ChurCh Cathedral on Uth inst., Millie. 
datighter of Mr. and Mrs; Jas. 

1 ■ ilevllle stre. • ■ iiaries 

iiirv, son of Henry and ., the late 
alter. ft**. A J. I'oull offi- 
ciate.!. 



Granite and Marble Works 

Monu ments, Tablet*. Granite 
Copings, 'ate*, at lowest prices 
consistent with first class stick 
and wtrkmanshtp. 

A. STEWART 
for. Yates and Blanchard Rtv 



NOTICE 




NOTICE 



ITS AT J250 PKR LOT. HIQH, DKV, 
fine vli-w, criod land. 



SEVENTY ACRBS, WITH GOOD COT- 
/sife-. stnh!.. and 'hlck»n house, only 
seven/miles from city, jood roads, good wat- 
. r, rJj< •■ location, chrf-ap J4.000. 

FJjHM — H AfRES, FINEST OF SOIL, 
If cleared. und»r crop, good house, and 
ouVoullfltnss. ronsldr-rahi- stock, four miles 

from "In t ; '''''"' I Dd '•' " . ■ 

^H mTE^N A 1 ' r; !■: 8, n N E SOIL. NEARLY 

all cleared, nice new housp, jrood out- 

tulldlhgs. good orchard, a bargain at 18.500. 



G, ARTHUR REA 

Real Estate, Insnran.-e. Mntify to Loan, Etc. 
pkoni 1 & 21 Law Chambers Bastion St. 

I.tAB.M /LANDS— IMTRUVED. Wlf.L EX- 
. c-ianjr' good I arms In Manitoba for 
prepsrty Several V1ct«rle holmes for 
■ i » »t reasonable prices and' terms. 



In the Estate of Tliomas H. Towers. 
,late of Victoria. liri tlsh ' *»Cdlurhbia, 
Deceased, -Intestate. 

All persons having claims asrnlnst the 
-ased an , Bted to send partic- 

ulars thereof, duly verified to the un- 
derstgned on or b •• 1*1 day of 

Scptemher. 1,1 ii. after wljich date the 
administratrix will proceed to distribute 
the ass-ts Of • eased amonK the 

persons enlillo.i thereto having. . regard 
only to the claims of Whicn sho then 
has notice. 

Dated this 29th day of July. l!Mn. 

OLlVB -M. TOWBRS, ' ' 
,651 Belton Avp., Victoria West. 
Victoria, B 
Administratrix. 



E. HENDERSON & CO 

fjlvester Block. Koom One 




I \ au-s Slr"l 



1-A5A'ACitEa "T ... i. [.AND IN CHOICE 
I '>'' part of Man/ioha.' near CtLUKCh »»u 

School; fnr mile frotn tewji; >. ' 

VVI1 - ha nge for /-Ity property. 

HOI'SE -AND TWO LOTS ON QUADRA, 
,irfi-i; fruit trees and all mnjjern 
■ . niencesi will sell at a redu. ed . i 
lakf-n OS Si ""• ■ Trice $2,760. 

n.M'R LOTS IN .NEW DIVIsToN, CI 
J? In and near high' school ; nt $JS0 each. 



NOTICE. 

Th<» puhMc^Sf^TTi'itisii Columbia' and 

isitdt-p an i Invited to meet the 

[Right Honorable Sir Wilfrid Laurler, 

O. C, m. c. . p. <• ; iwhi l er o f ' Canada. ' 

» t a public reception ( ( , he tendered by 

tth* 1 •• t r.qof.the exei-u- 

j tJvf. council nf the 'government of Brft- 

ish cpiumivia, in the Parliament Bq 

vVedhea ■ 1 . in 

instant :• |. 

iii;\i;v i.- ■. \<;, 

I'r-.v li.i ■ i ■ ■. ■ y 



urgent meeting oj the 
Shareholders oi Bear River Can- 
yon Mining Co. Ltd. is fco be held 
al t lie registered FHct of .the 

cotniiany, i i 1.2 I'.road <treet, at 
ii ti'clnck irVugpSt T.v k>io. you 
are requested to attend 



NOTIC&. 



j 



In th^ matter of th-' Kstat- of .John K 
• lis, laf of Hlrihsapolis, Minn., 
V. s. Ai, deceased. 

All prrsons .having claims- against the 
estate of the above named .1.4m K. NlchoUf 
are , required to send s thereof, 

duly v.-rlfl-d. t" the tmd'-rsigncd on or bs- 
•lav ..of August, 1910. after 
Which Sate the undersigned attorney for 
-.irs of the «iu of said deceased 
will proceed to distribute the assets of the 
eio.i deceased among fhr persetfs entitled 
thereto, having regard only to the claims 
of which they then have notlcr 

i day of Auguat. 1.910, 

THE BRITISH I'KLI'MBIA TRfST 

ci.itt »>r, 

. Vlrtnrla. H C 

Attorneys In faot for ExeoutKe, 



Livery Stables 

1CI|_I< 'WOOD AlTD STOVE WOOD 
FOR SALE 

R, DAVF.RNE, 1615 Douglas St.' 

Opposite City Hall. 
R. DAVERHE. Tel. 97. 

Maynard & Son 

,\n TM.VKERS 

sell ,t 



THE GLOBE REALTY CO. 



Rnom I, Mshon Blk. 



1 1 1 3 Oo vernmetil St. 

Tsl. Kll. 




PURCSASBfl 

a I ■ i> n i > 



fJ.M'U on Ki-ss Bay 
•IT i ,t-A " I gr< 

$3,600 
82,150 

k lot 2YX10& 



A 



p-i Hi o, ATEB !■' 'T 



I << 



BEA1 TIFTfl. 

In ,)u m' s H< 



PITRt-H ^i'" 

room he US- 

- i i Mr vs \ be i i rvn I- BOl si 
five rooms Im .tnrr-- Baj on 



. 'h*:a«E IN all W8TR1CTS 



NOTICE 

In the Supreme Court of British Co- 
lumbia. 
In the Mat t.r of ' • ] -!•,-, laryi 
Waters. • h ee.en Kcd [i ostat'o 
,i..l 
Hatter ol thi pf1\e\ U "Aiimjnis- 

i ■ I. • . .i -■ Act 

M'TP'i-; Is here! tVen thai undei 
an ortU-i granted '< ' ' i' 1 l.e; Mn 

Justii a Cfeenji i dat-ed ti.e m'., ,ijv ■>>t 
,i mo v 1 1 I- . ... i, i in- under! 

appoint! .i administrate] at the es- 

tn I- "i ' *.• ii b ■ used ! 

having claims ncniii"! the laid 

are requested t" set»d partioulars --c 

H.-inie (., 1,. ■ ■ ; h da of 

Auguat; I'.', 1 ", and all persons Wdebted 
t.i the said estate are required ' 
; ui h Indebte ln« -■'- to mo to 

Da-ted at vi, toria, B ( ' , this 29th day 
of July, i ■ i" 

W M MtiNTKITFI, 
OffiOla] Adminihli ator. 



Instr J 

room, 



we will 
131-1 Bl 



'- 1 - 

our sales 
t. on 



1BU2. 1612. 

- i - o t t h e. Jopltn prodttc . - - j "!, '.c 

\%, 16S8', 1540! 

♦ '.. 154^, 1547, 

i, lol':',, 1513, 
1 i6oi. 



ANCIENT CASTLE IS 

DESTROYED BY 



vhI.I reserve re- 
l &l il, 15 1 », 3 5 1 7 v 
lu06A, 1503, 
lf.ll. 1505, 1504, 1513, 
1530. 1527, 1528, 

■ 37, 1539, 

1641, 1544, 1543, 1543, 

i 19, 1550, 1521,1. 

1524, 1j2 : . 1526 ami 



FIRE 



Three Fatalities When Historic Irish 

Seat Seven Hundred Years Old 

Is Destroyed by F-lames 



ROBERT A, P.KNWICK. 
Deputy CommiBSTuner of Lands. 
Lands Department. Victoria, B. C, 
June 16th, 1910. 



Today, 2 p m, 

DF.sikap.ij-; and wki.i, ki:i-i- 

FURNITURt: AND 
LFHiCTS 

Encludlns fiihgelua piano-player 

mutlc, oi . i-itnl, \ erytine 

■".' i larloi i .I", up • 

holstered In. s/lk. pa 

Ja-p. 
, . irtap screen, - al rttfntel niir ; 
roi . "i >;nii. offli e flat ti deal 

top table, ejt i.i'.i. <• 
. ,i ■ ,.. i trpeti en i ruga, elr- 

' Mil llliiHt l|OtV 

; -.'I i suitea, single and fyll slei 

I ■,-,! , -in-iiiK<- and top'Jma>ttri 

: .ii eaeer p.nd Btantl, aeps rate o 

wftshatendfl l < 

t ic, tniiet seta and mant< i 

,,,,!,- (red ' .'In!. lc." .,. 

,,-, utensils lamps, 
... gent's Singer bii i le al 

t new . 2 ft ion bh ■ • lea In good 
m [on, v ishing not! hlne, almosl 
i tiole ' a t,v.. i. hole :n oi ii range, 

I h Je ' •< sl " • •'■ - lieillel ,; . I, , ,,, 

nut of linen snlc gnoils on view 

only Frldas morning. 



pUBLIN, Aug 11 M- il.-UKh « 
Oalway. the residence of Sir Valentine 
P.lel.e, Bart., has i. 

Mlee Kllcn BluKe. daughter of Sir Val- 
entine ,riie,| m degth and 
in the ruins. Delia Early, a maid at the 

castle Jumped from the roof into the 
courtyard, a dial 

and was killed Instantly, and anotlier 
maid named Annie Brown, ■ 
led from the roof, was so badly hurt 
that .«lie di ed later In the day. 

Miss 1'liike, the two maids mi. I ;t 
man named 
bnlj oceupatDta of tbe castle. The 

h.inun v. ,.;ng in '>ne of ; 

top rooms, and tkened by the 

shouting Of the girls. Thinking they 
were only -laughing / at something In 
th,e >ar,i ho did not get up at once, | 
I. ut about *» ., o'clock he got up as he 
thought he heard an unusual nols«>. \- 
he opened the door smoke und flames, 
hurst Into the room, He immediately 
snatched up Borne clothing and got out 
bj the window, descending to the 
.nil hy climlitng down the Ivj with 
which the castle walls were covered; j 

i»u going to the hack he saw the! 
two maids outside o« tl 50 feet j 

from the ground and sboiited to them 
to wait while he fetched some hay I 
from a barn in the yard for them 
jump on. bells Bnrfy Jumped- off be- 1 

he had 1 1 1*- bay in 
i'm I Hug on iter face, was killed in^- | 
Stantly. Annie p.rown jumped after 
her - fatally Injured. 

Ktrwan got.Ta horse and '. gallrpi <\ 

to ih. tion three- miles ana\ 

for help, 'but b efore the Qalway" tire 

nd the,' li'iinaimlit ' Hn-RgeTV- 

le- could arri've only the walla. of 

istle were tiding. There 

so ilrecscfti • • long lad- 

ders at the p-lace iiy-wh.lch the girls 
could be ' >ff the roof. 

Sir l»e and Daily Hlak- 

in Dublin, .or at a priv- 

ii the fire Occurred. 
It is thought 'the nrc originated from 
a lamp whi.h .Miss Blake, who was 
suffering from rheumatism and mi-, 
able to move, usually kept, lmrnlng. in 
her room. It la thought the fire must 
n burning the great* r part. 
Of lif nltfht. as when first discovered 
the entire left wing of tho house, In 

■whiten" was Mi** wake's' room. -.was 
oomplet&r] deatroj --d. . 

Meilnugh Castle whs a s fd endld 

mansion, buHt Too years ago by an 

ancestor of the-presenl Hnrohet., The, 

founder of the family is Bajd to have 

ipanted King John to IrelantI In 

content.-- of tho (vistlo, which 

Included many ■ old paintings,', much 
i>le furnitii I armor, and 

many family heirlooms, were de»- 
I. nothing' whatever being - 

, . -♦ " -■ ^ r 

The Missing Archduke ' 

' ■ \'l :g~iJ4bs* ' 

time is approaching when Johaiin 
TiHB'TCfQWwCT iy ? t » p n At ist ri a n A r cn- 
duke Jbhn saivn tori, who ih sup. 

. e perished wltl tip twentj 

years ago, '\viii be 'declart 

oming in from all sides 
t,, tin • t that he is alive. It Is 

thin be haa.been seeti 'by several 

people. All m*OrS. have bl 

.mijiie. I, 'nr not the 
slightest evidence "it" their truth ■ 
found. ...^ ^_ 

' , — ■ , . -» «-'•: ■ ;• , ; . ' : '.'■' 

SCIENCE SCORES AGAIN 



1 
J 




IMPORTANT 



OF 



Building Lots 

-—4ft -'the Townsite of 

Coleman, Alberta 

Situated in Famous 
Crow's Nest Coal 



will be received for 
Cast Jroii; Castings. Fpr.i the 
balance of the year or until a new 
contract is entered into hy the in- 
coming council. 

Pot* the various kinds of Caj3tfng 
mentioned' in the specifications; 
which ran b'C -ecu at the office of 
the uinlcr-ii;i)cd, lo whom lenders 
must he delivered Up to A j>: n i mi 
Monday. fVtJJgUSj 15, 1010. 

The lowesl or any tender in ii 
nece^sariU at I cp.ted.' * * 

W'M. W. XOKTllC'iTT, 

rurchasitiK A.^eiit. 




CASCELLATIOW OT RESERVE 

NOTICE In bereby given that the ii-- 
serve-existing on crown lands In tlie 
vlclntty 1 t Bablne Lake, and Hituate in 
t'asi-i:,! District, notice of which betr- 

111K date June BOth, 1908„ was pub- 
lished n the nriti'sh Coiumhia Gaiette. 
ilalca Jul;- Jnd, I!i08. is cancelled. 
ROBERT A. RBNWICK. 
Deputy Commissioner of Dands. 
i.anos Department, victoria, B. C, 
Juan lUth, I'JlO. , 



NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. 



l.EH TENDERS, superscribed 
"Tender for SHiooT at - MJssion, B. C,'-' 
will be .received hy the H.inorahle - ■ 
Jkiiniater of Pui.ii' Works, up t., noon • ■r 
Monday, the S2nd Aus ■• ", for the 

erection and completion of a four- 
roomed timber framed schoolhouse at 
Mission. 

s, specifications, contract, and 
forms of tender may he seen 'in awl 
,."• • 'he 4"th day of August, l»i0, at the 
offices of the (Jovernment Au-ent, N. w 
\Vestmlnster; l: C ft.bbOtt, Esq., .Secre- 
tary tO 'School Trustees, Mission; .1 II. 

Bowman, Esq.. architect; 112 

Building. Vancouver. and at tie 
partment of Public Works, Yietorla. 

'Each proposal must he accompanied 

tiy an accepted hank cheque or certlfl- 

II >>n a chartered bank of 



Canada, made payable to tin Honorable 
the Minister of Public Wdrks for a sum 
equivalent to 10 per cent, of the -amount 
of the tender, which shall he feu 
if the party tendering declrne to enter 
into contract when called. Upon to do so, 
or if ,he f'all to complete the work con- 
tracted for. The cheques or certificates 
of deposit of unsuccessful tenderers 
will he returned to them upon the exe- 
cution of the contract: 

Tenders will not M considered unless 
made' ou t on the f^rres, guppli^d-, signed 
with the actual signatur e of the ten- 
derer. ]and enclosed In the envelopes 
furnished. 

Tire — rmrrwr -rn — any tender not neces- 
sarily accepted. 

F. C. O AMBLE. 

Fubiie Works Engineer. 
Public WolTts-Department. 

Victoria B. C, 2nd August.' l'.'in. 

NOTICE 



ATLAS ASSURANCE CO., LTD 

(Established 1808.) 

Capitai and Funds for security of 
policy holders exceeds$26,000,000 

The undersigned has succeeded to the 
agency of this company formerly held; 
by the .Stuart Robertson Company, Ltd., 
and win give prompt' attention to all 

, 11:1111, uniea t ions rrgardlng new business 
or alterations required on existing pollr- 
cles. Phase address alt comunlcatiotis 

to J. o. eli.iott; 

.-jpeclat Agent for Vuneou\ T CT~Tb'lanuT " 
1212 Broad St., Victoria^ B. C. 
P. O. Box 1 ' PliQne 860. 



LAND REGISTRY ACT. 



"In the inn it 1,1- of an application for a 
duplicate . .'-, (Hl.a t. or title to Lot Bl ' 
Of Sublot I ■ in wood Estate (.Map 

•j',.' i, Vu uu la 1 'it > . ... 

M ■ I'lCK "is-'b, .iel,\ Riven tlial It is my 

Intention .1 1 t be expiral ion of ' one 
m onth from the date ot the hist publi- 
. .', 1 si ffl '. it c. 1 sue a dup-Hcate ceni- 
ficati -I in. i" said land Issued 1 
John David Lander* on Hie nisi day of 

1 ICtobl r. 1 tl It K ,i:,.i ninibei e.l I S&64 C. 

Lund Registry Office, Victoria, B. C. 
July 23, it'll). 

.1. P Me I. KOI 1. 

Deput] Registrar General. 



NOTICE 



R. N, 



Di- 



Re Capt. Edward Barkley, 
ceased. 

All persons having claims atrains! th^ 

, p t « i» Kd-ws-rtf-Barklt-rr-ft'— 

N deceased, late of Westholme, B. <'.. 
are required to send particulars, duly 
ve r ifi ed t h ereof— to- -Messrs. Cre ase <fe 



Crease, 621 Fort street. Victoria, H. <'.. 
on or before the 31st day of. August, 

- 80th day of July, A. n. lfilp 

■ . ■ < . 

Executor. 




CANCELLATION 



NOTICE Is hereby given that the re- 
serve existing upon the. lands embraced 
In special Timber Licences No. 20389, 
situated near Sechclt Inlet, N'ew West- 
minster District; is cancelled, and that 
the said lands will be opeh for location. 
under the provisions of the Land Act, 
-at midnight on October. 14, 19lu. 
- ROBERT A. REX WICK. 
Deputy Commissioner of Lands. 
Lands Dept., Victoria, July It, l'.OO. 



Fields 



In the matter of tne esrate of Blanche 
Ede, late-- of -the City of Victoria, B. C, 
widow. 

All. persons having claims against 
the above estate are requested to send 
particulars thereof to tho undersigned 
on or before August 22. 1810, after 
which date the exectitor will proceed to 
dislilbute the assets of the deceased, 
having regard only to the- claims of 

w h rch -jra ' has " notice. — 

Dated this 21st July, 1910. 
Victoria, B. C. 

GEO. Al MORPHTt — r— 

Solicitor for Executor. 



NOTICE 

Navigable "Waters Protection Act 

NOTICE is hereby given that John 
Raymond of the City of Victoria, Brlt- 

mbia, is applying to His Exi 
lenoy the Governor General of Cfla 1 

ouncl.l for appi oval or the plans an I 
'-'pt lon s — e4? -alto, of w or ks - pi upos e d 
to be constructed" by him- in Victoria 
Harbor -immediately fronting Lot 56-A, 
Block 41. Victoria, U. C:. and has de- 
posited the said plans and descriptions 
oi site "'ith Uj» Minister of Public 
Works at Ottawa ami a duplicate there- 
of -with the Reglstrni ,c,,ii. mr of Titletr 
in tlte Land Registry Office, Victoria, 
B. C, and .that the matter of the said 
application will be. proceeded with at 
the expiration of one month from the 
time of the first publication of this no- 
tice in the "Canada Gazette." 
, Dated this 26th day of July,- 1910. 

W. H. LANGLE1. *.. 

1111 Government Street, 

Victoria, B. C. 
Solicitor for Applicant. 

"WATER ACT, 1909." 



Headquarters of the Gigantic 

Collieries of the International 

Coal and Coke Co., Ltd. 




Messrs. Stewart Williams & 
Co., of Victoria, having been duly 
instructed by the International 
Coal and Coke Co., Ltd.. will sell 
by Public Auction at .Victoria, 
J). C, on Monday -and Tuesday, 
the 19th and Joth September, 
1910, the remainder of the .com 1 . 
parry's Real EstatcfPk^djngs in 
the City of CiVH^fU Al))erta. 
comprising serif? Three Hundred 
eligible Business and ReSMeTiTtat 
S-i4es,' located in-tlmHhrivitiL; in 
dustrial centre. 

For ftirt lifi and ft ill particulars, 
lihidnyrdph's, etc., 



l»rW^ 

CANCELLATION OP RESERVE. 

NOTICE is hereby* given that the re- 
serve exIsilnK _ upon the lands embnsced 
in. special Timber Licences Noa 28S62, 
2S963 and 2W64, situated in Golditream 
District, is' cancelled, and that the said 
lands will be open for location under 
the provisions of the Land' Act at mid- 
night on October Hi 1010. 

ROBERT A. RK.NWICK. 
Deputy Commissioner- ef ^ /Lands. 

Lapds Dept, : Victoria, July 14, 1910. 




TAKE NOTICE that I, Frederick X. 
Norton, of the city of Vancouver, B. C... 
lumberman, intend to apply to the Lieu- 
tenant-Governor Ih Council on Tuesday, 
the 1 lth day of October, ATI'. tOTO, at 
the hour of 11 o'clock in the f 
or so soon thereafter as'tUe application' 
can be hear'd, for a final ift'ensusw-under 
Parts XI. and XII. of the "Water Act, 
1909," to clear, and. remove obstacles- 
from Salmon river and Or ford "hay, an 
arm of Bute Inlet. British Columbia,, 
for the purpose of mak-ing. the sam» tit 
for rafting and driving logs and pen- 
nfng back and storing ' water, and for 
erecting boomlng-grounds 1n said Or- 
ford bay, approximate maps, plans and 
particulars of which undertaking are 
tiled In the offices of the Chief Com- 
missioner of Lands and Water Commis- 
sioner at Victoria.. 

Dated this 29th day of Julv A- D, 
1910. FREDERICK X. NORTO.v. • 



rmi: 



> BONDED 



maps, 
apply to The Auctioneer, 



Maynard A. Son, 



Auctioneers 



A" Preparation That Will Destroy the 
Dandruff Germ Discovered 

; has 

tain remedy for dand- 
ruff, When It. f tl k.now II 

ohm liatt'l. off is th. :••"";> ,., : , y - 

rr •.;,:-!-'i thai digs. Into thi 
and ., I he ' italit'- nf hair at tin- 
root, causing railing h ttd- 
s, biologists sei to "- "i-l< tb dls- 
otne preparal lot) 1 hal \^ i 11 kill 

it,. 1 ■ 1 11C \i;.i 1 year's labor in one 
the ilaniln | 1 m ''.' 

■ nd it Is now 

■ in Nev 1 let ." "i li 

prevents baldness, sti 

and, speed ll.\ eriie I dandi uff "1 '• 

1 1 . . i> . ■ • • I 

!.-, t Sola '• ii &<J»ng ai 11 
Bend 1 0c. in si ampl to Xha 

Herpfi idi Co Di trolt, M dm 
. . 1 1 , guaranteed, 

m Bow* - )■■ . la 1 Cgcn 

1 id si tun em atreat 



'■ Stewart Williams 

637 Fort Street, Victoria, B. C. 



TIMBER AND 



FORE3TRY 
SION, 



COrvTMIS- 



rinal Sitting 



NOTICE is hereby Riven that final 
slttinp* of the Timber and Forestry 
Oommlssion ' will be held in the Court 
House. Victoria, commencing August 
15. n ex C at th e hmir of l iL. IO a. m . _ ^ 
— ■ b'v l t uN, l nairi T ifln. — 



FTlKii 1 
Victoria, B «'. 



July 



MERCHANDISE Or ALL KINDS 
STORED AND DISTRIBUTED 

Duncan's Warehouse 

Negotiable Warehouse Receipts is- 
sued. Furniture and Household Ooorts 
carefuUy, handled. Stone Building and 
Low Insurance. 



-•Hs 



Phone 1665. 



835 "Tates St. 



NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION 

TAKE. NOTICE that the partnership 
heretofore subsisting between s. L. Wil- 
son and J. Kennedy at. Victoria. B.. C, 
under trie style of "The Victoria Gar- 
was dissolved on the until day oft 
July.. 1*10, ami that the said nuslm 
will In the future be Btt t ried on lc 
L Wilson to , whom nil outstanding 
counts are payable "and O be re- ; 

sponsible jfor .-all ' labilities -in conr 
tlon with the said business. 

_ SYDNEY 1.. W-ifj* 
J.' KlvNN-KliV. , 



DAVIES & SONS 

\ l ,' i'l. eVl.-.l.'.US 
565 AND 828 YATES STREET 

To Rent 

House i I ' : '-■ 

bureaus, chairs, bll tnd 

lots • ' - & S.-ns, 

f nd • 

♦ [Advertise in THE COLONIST 



Corp ration of the City 
of Vernon 

CIT"! 



SAMUEL HARRISOtl&GO. 



Stewat t, B. C, and 
Rupert, B. C. 



Prince 



Fiscal Agents for the 

Main Reef Mining Co. 

The property of this com- 
pany adjoins that' of, the 
art Mining and Devpl- 
opment Co. 



..A- 



CLERK WANTED 
NON, B. O. 



FOR VER- 



to 



p.-r month. 
municipal 



AppllcAtlons will up 

^UgttSt, I'.'l'l. le ' 

. ,: n for 1 lie position of ' 

nin I Tii'ie-'il- "V $1 20 

A 1 ■ Willi I ' ' 

experience pi eferi ed 

" '.,,1 an.l refer- 
ences ' 

-j... i.^S-^.' n TA1 ' 

Acting 'city Clerk, 
Vernon; B. C, 



NOTICE 



• Campers ami Picnicors rt re 

permitted to land tl 

Section 96, Esquirmalt Dis- 

niti, o th e jayis e knonvn as 

Ros*ebank. / - t ~l— 



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VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



VUit Ouf Tea Rooms, Third.} 
Floor. A Cup of Good Tea 
Is the Bail Refreshment 
You Can Have. 




Friday, August 12, 1910 

-J- , ' '' = 

All of Our Chocolates Are 
Made on the Premises. They 
Are Pure and Wholesome 




ay, in the Housed Dept 

Also Some Clean-tfp Bargains in Other Sections of the Store 



Smokers' Chairs at $28.90 

Smokers' Chair, built of solid quarter-cut 
oak, Early-English design, spring back 
with side wings, leather cushion -eat. 
This chair-is- beautifully Finished in ! 
Style and is a great bargain. See Govern- 
ment street windows. Today . .$28.00 



SmoKers' Chairs, Today, 
at $21.50 

In solid quarter cut oak. garly English Mis- 
sion stvle, strongly built, loose cushion 
seat, spring back, upholstered in best- 
quality solid leather. Todaj . ■ .$21.50 



Morris C ha irs, Today, 
$8.50 

Morris Chairs, solid oak. Early English Mis- 
sion style, reversible velour cushion-, 
with spi . eat, most comfortable chair 
I this make. Special Today $8.50 



Three -P iece H igh Class 
Suite, $55.90 

Three-Piece Suits, C01ttprising~setiee, arm 
chair and rpeker, made of solid quarter- 
cut oak, finished Early English, MisstoiT 
.style, loose cushions in seats, in besl 
qu ality leath er. Today $55. OO 



Tapestry Car pet Sq uares, 
9ft x 10ft 6in,Today, $8.75 

Tremendous value indeed ran be had in the 
purchase of one of these fine Squa • 
'Tln-v are extra fine qualit y, in a number 

ol mt\ attractive jdesigns; If this size 

m are fortunate in being 
, v to purchase al such a splendid saving. 
Size g ft. by to ft. 6 in. Today. .$8.7."» 



Special Values in fancy Jjnens, 

Doylies, Etc. 

Crochet Doylies, with linen centres in a large vai iei signs 25c 

Battenburg Scarfs, [8-in .wide x 36-in. long, n! tor . dre- 

stands, etc ■• \* w t 

Fancy Dresser Scarfs, in net with applique, white, cream and ecru. 
50-in. x *;4-in. long 7»>C 

Drawn-Thread Work Scarf. iSin x 45 i"- wide, with neat hem 
stitched border- . . il. - -* * 

Fancy Centrepieces, of linen, with drawn-thread work centre _and 
Battenburg lace edges .SoC 

Fancy Linen Ontrppieces, 30-in: x 36-in. s quare, with hemstitched 
borders, With drawn-thread work in centre $l.oO 

Battenburg Lace Centrepieces, withian*-- Imhii centre. .Some pret- 
ty designs. 27-in. x 27-in. and 30-in. x 30-in. square. Each $l.oO 

Special Val . Tomorrow Ev' g in Ladies' 
Night Dresses. Reg. $1.25 for 75c 

\ very fine assortment of Ladies - Fine Cambric Night Dresses 
Baleal extraordinary savings. These ( have si., ■ eautil Illy 
trimmed with lace, also neck, with yoke of small tucks. Regular 
values, St. 25. Saturday evening at 7 :3c,. * 5C 

Household Articles to Be Had in the 
Annex at Extremely Low Prices 

Food Choppers, with fine medium and coarse cutters, that sharpen 
while in use. Will chop all kinds of fruit, meat an d vegetables. 

Thre< ■ rices, $? ;< • • • • • • • • ; • - 7.>c 

Jelly Glasses. fw<5 sizes. August Price, per dozen, 50c and.^ .'>r»o 
Decorated Galvanized Ice Boxes, with compartments and shelf. 

August Price • • ••• !$»-*.*-.» 

Scotch Mush Bowls,, m arthenwarc. which makes it fr< [rot 

.metallic taste. August Price •' '•-•■ +<->C 

Earthen Casseroles, with lid, has beautiful finish, and white In 

e for stews, as the meats retain the ; r natural flavor. Three 

[gust Prices, Si. 23. «5c and ...... ...50c 

Vitrified China Meat Platter, rj-in. size. A very hard substance, 
made to stand heavy wear. Neat pattern. Regular 8oc, Augti 

Sale Price. ' ■ • • • 5(V 

Vitrified China Milk Jugs, 3 quart size.; Very strong . and gbod 

R.egu! \n'j,ust / S'ale Price .... »"»c 

Vitrified Cream Jugs, 1-2 and v\>\\\\ sizes. Regular 20c August Sale 

■'•! Price , • • • •■/■■ ■■■ ■ ■ • • •- ■»■•■■■■ • »»»• *9# 

GlasVBerry Sets, good pattern, 7 pieces.' Special, per set ' 35£ 

y ■ " ' ' 

Are You Run Down? 



Axmjnster Jjearth Rugs, 
Toda y, $3.50 

If \iu need a Hearth Rug be here today and 
take advantage of tin- low pried Th< 

•.are a verj fine quality in many different 
,tn.l pleasi g bleflds* Always useful and 
adds greatly to the appearance of floor 
decorations. Today $3.50 

Carpet Squares at Saving 
Prices 

( >ur whole stock of Carpets, rugs, squa! 
hearth rugs and mats are greatly reduced 
for this -ale, ( Mir win display will 

vince you of it. We have been kept 
busy every day since -\ug. 1st in our Car- 
pet Department, and each day till the end 
of the month you can purchase a ' Rug 
<• • r Mat at Bargain Prices. 

Reversible Art Squares— $X$ 1-2 $3.90 

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Tapestry Table Covers at 
$1, $1.50, $2, $2.25. 

\ Splendid variety of Tapestry Table Cov- 
ers go on safe Friday at-yery special 

prices. The-, aire in all colors, in a 
very nice assortment of designs; 

Size 6r4, Today fi.Ofl 

Size 8-4. Today $1.50 

Size 10-4, T. -day |? ,0 2 

Size 1-4. Today • : .$2,125 

Axminster Carpets, per 

1 ! ; — — £■ =— 

yd., 95c , 

Axminster Carpets, body with border to 
match. These come in a large varic 
,;, -i. • ■-. floral. < )ricntal and conventional, 
■ rings Of brown, blue, green, fawu.yfrr 
anyone requiring a good, hard-wearing- 
carpet, now is the time to purchase. Thick 
heavy pile Is very pleasing to walk upon. 
This' i s on e of t he be s t v^ufe^-fftferedj-i 
Victoria. Today, per yard .95c 



Ladies' Handkerchiefs, Today, Spe- 

_ , 1 1 — : ~ 

cially Priced at, Each, 5c and 15c 

Ladies' Lawn Handkerchiefs, with ;4-inch hemstitched borders 
Ka<tr™; ...... l , •_•_• • • 5<* 

Fancy Handkerchiefs, with pure linen i i i.o. and edged with pretty 
Valenciennes lace edgings, y 2 to 2-in. wide. These are exceptional 
values at, each . • • 15£ 

Clearance Sale Ladies' O utin g Hats, 
reg $450, Today, fl 



Friday means a general clearance of outing liats priced tip to S4.50. 
Amongst these will be found many very fascinating and becoming 
shapes, very prettily trimme d. Today's clearance price ..$1.00 






OddJJncsof; Silver-Plated Porks and Spoons at Half 
Price. Values from $2.00 to $7.00 



Advance Styl es in Men's Cl ot hing 

We are ourselves surprised in the extreme at the splendid quality 
materials which has been used in the construction of these fine 
suits. Every one shows the master stroke in' fine tailoring and 
finish. They are in a number of very desirable mixtures and 
shades, and are exceptional value to say the least. Priced at 



Tea Spoons, medium heavy plated. Regu- 
lar S2.00. Today, per dozen $1.00 

Tea Spoons, extra heavy plated. Regular 
S3.75. Today, per dozen ". . . .-^$1^85 

Dessert Spoons, medium heavy plat 
Regular S4- 5o. To day ■.. . . / $2.25 

Dessert Spoons, e*tra heavy plated. Reg* 
ular S5.5O. Today, per dozen. . . $2.75 

Table Spoons, medium-heavy plate. 1< 
ular S5.00. Today, per dozen . .$2.50 



Table Spoons, extra heavy plate. Regular 

.00. Today, per dozen $3.00 

Dessert. Forks, medium . heavy plated. 
Regular S4.50. Today, per di -z. $2.25 
Dessert Forks, extra heavy plated. "1< 

ular S7.00. , Today .$3.50 

i Table Forks, rnedium hea vy pi ate. - •> 1' 
— tt! i. ■■ Tfda}-rpc r-dozen i . ,$2.r»<V 

Table 1'oiks, extra In ax 3 plate, i: gulal 

S8.oo. 7 "Today. per dozen • • $ l-OO 

Fancy Glass Vases, assorted shapes, beau- 



tiful Special today, each . .25c 



are, you want a tonic. We can supply 
The f' '11' to ing li ■* * ■ '"li 1 ' ; e thi 



you at 



........ 



. 1 1 yj 
• price 
tite pi oduc< i •■ : 

English Grange Quinine Wine, pti 
pnglish Quinine and Iron' Tonic, p^l large bottle 

Quinine and Iron Wine, per large % ,. - 

Beef, Iron and Wine, laibn ; '- ■ foi 

Ferrovim, D. & L.,.$l.O0 -• " For 

Genuine Blauds Iron Tonic Pills, per bottle of 100 pills... 

Fellow's Syrup of Hy phosphites 

Peptomangan, Guides 

Chases Nerve Food, 50c size for 

Ferrozone Tablets ........ 

Williams Pink Pills, \Ot ■ 3 for '• 

Pinkhams Vegetable Compound, $r.o I t 

Paines Celery Compound 

ENO'S FRUIT SALT, $1.00 Size Ecu . 



a r< 

and 



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40^ 

...li5<- 

40o 

. . . . 05c 

85r 

,..: 25r 

. . . Jp .1 . m+d O 

. $1.00 

... f<^ 

45o 

.•..^l.lO 
.. $5.00 

... <MW 
..... 750 



We Have Just Received Another Delivery of Fancy 
NecKwear, Mostly in Baby Irish Lace Effects 

Jabots. Some real dainty designs in Jabots, at 50c, 75c and • fj*|*| 

Pretty Dutch Collars, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 f ........ • • • ,- 5^,1 

Dutch Collar and Cuff Sets, in white and cream. Per v sct rpA.KW 

Ladies' Cotton Hose, double heels and toes. Fast colors, in black, tan, ox-blood, .green, hell j 

sky. navy blue and white • • • •, • • • • »••■« • • • ■ ■ •■ • • ■ • -~ & v 

Ladies' Cotton , Hose, fast, stainless dye, m black with white cotton net. All sizes 8K g 

IO . 4 'r'-T ............ • • • • ' " • * * 



16 Linen Coats, Val. to $9, to Clear 


Tomorrow Evening, at $2.50 



'here is plenty Time yet for the use of one of ""these cnats. • If you 
think not, it will pay you to purchase for next season.' as y o u will 
never get a coat of such good quality- atTsuch low figures again. 
These. .are in shades of ohl rose, black and White check. Regular 
tes to $9.00 for ^-«. „. . . . . . . • .$2.50 



Women's Chamois Gloves 



is nothing more useful for present 



27 Beautiful Muslin Dresses, reg. 
$4.75, Tomorrow Ev'g, at $2.50 

$2,50 ceftairilj goa a long way tomorrow evening in our Mantle De 
partment. Special value indeed ttan t« had m beautirul Muslin" 
Dresses. These are in a nuffiber of verj prctt) styles, and at this 

price will certainly Bell .|"irkly Sat/urday night at ' $2.50 



wear Than Chatriois Gloves. They wasir 
well. Our new stock has just arifved— - 
butl ,i length, in 9 1 1 i t .- and ftatlil 

• •• • $1.00 

Twelve-button length, in natural only, i 

.81.50 



pair 



Men's Outing Shirts, 75c 



The line of Ou^jng" Shirts which we are plat 



Ladies^ White Mull Underskirts for 
75c— Worth $1.25 , 

Tomorrovy evening you have a splendid opportunity to get a fine 
' White Mull Underskirt at an* exceptional -saving. These have six- 
inch flounce, beautifully embroidered and tucked. Regular, $1.25. 
:Tomorr6w evening. 7:3a »-~,.».. ....... .: r v. .75£ 

Sale of Children's Sample Cloth 

,'_ „■ - _ . . . ., „• .. ■■ - ■ ■-■ ' ' I '-^T —W«ML Ai^aii^iMa.u'i' i ' ■ ■ 1— 



' i ng nn sale tuilayj a J.11 -a(. o nftg,, com mend 

theniselves to any man wishuig to make. a 

ikg and a substantial that. These 

in fancy cotton mesh With 
stripes,'' also* iri c'ream cotton with st ri j)c.. 
. Toda v . .....,.- . . 75^ 



Specials for Today in Our Staple Department 



1 



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-oh Bleached Table Damasks, in 

; ' ' ■ l : • • • • 

Full-sized BleachedBed Sheets. 
Our remaining stock of. Mu 

! lifjei , Ri gulai 50c and 75c' 
25 dozen Huckaback, Towels, 2 for . . . .25^ 




^ aril 






....... 



hite Grecian Quilts ... . 

Roller and Glass Toweling, i,u checks and 
plain . . . .;..'• -' 10 ^ 

16 only, Eiderdown' Comforters. Regular 
S15.00 : ...i. ..".$9.7,5 



Extra Special, Tomorrow Evening at 7:30 

50, Only. Fine Linen Coats and Skirts, Val. to $9, to Clear at $2.50 



j„.,t thittk what this means fol a Linen Costume, II 

prdinarilj you w6uld r pa; ^.00 foi rhej are niade ol a I 

i- ,;,., ;,-,, , -i;ii. Tomorrow mght ■ 



:■!..• 1 lest! 






■! 

$2.50 



Dresses, Today, at Prices Ranging 
from $1.75 to $10 

Tpday we are making some very spjecial offers. ii^ChiFdren's Sample 
Dresses. These ha t.come to hand. . All new Pall Styjes; m 

, a number of -very neat' patterns. The fabrics are principally Cray; 
cloth; Panama and in plain col- >rs. Trice- I I daj range 
from S [ .'7f^O ....... • • •' . - » - • $1.0.00 

ace Curtains Specially Priced for 
""Today at $1.35 "~ 

An excellent qu Lace Curtain <• ofi ' ' Sale 

I 1 ,-;, . ■ . are" in eonS 1 te ifid floral dj ned borders, 

with hvfii * N ' b '.'i centre. Ever) house furnish.ei wh • a pair 

and w ishea to mafe a v ing ttiai while, had 

bettei ta! e of this: offering Todays f>ei pan ... .-$1,155 



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